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  06 June 2007
Lightbulb XSI particles tips and tricks

hello every one

we all know that XSI particles and simulation sucks. but sometimes u could get some interesting results. i know people don't want to share alot of there secrites but how about we have this thread to show some cool things that we have done using xsi particuals, shaders, plugins and all kinds of cool stuff, and share it. face it there are little to non tutorials on XSI particles.

share the wisdom.
 
  06 June 2007
http://www.3dtutorial.com/xsi.php?detail=51

good stuff right here
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  06 June 2007
Strang,
You purchased the particle videos, and you were very happy with them? What would you say was the best part of the videos?

Thanks!
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  06 June 2007
i didn't purchase them myself, they were on loan from a friend...

i jumped straight to scripted particle events. and enjoyed it
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  06 June 2007
I purchased that DVD. I think it was a great overall view of particles. All of a sudden, you instinctively knew how to approach a new particle system, and where the tools you need are.

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  06 June 2007
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