www.ParticleFlow.net -- Full Free training courses


#1

Free training courses for PFlow, and tutorials for FumeFX, and soon Krakatoa and TP.

[www.ParticleFlow.net](http://www.ParticleFlow.net)

#2

Dead link.


#3

Yeah, sorry about that. It should be working in the next 24 hours, somehow the forwarding IP got messed up and I just found it and fixed it. Dont let that discourage you, this site will be great I hope.


#4

I hope it’s gonna be as cool as it sounds like, bump this up when the site is live :wink:


#5

Okay, the site is up and running now.

I should have the final tutorial for the introductory course up today, and have the courseware section a little easier to navigate.

Anyhow, thanks for your patience while my URL got fixed,

  • Evan

#6

the site is running 100%

verry cool

thnx!


#7

Cool! Great work!


#8

I am fairly new here so I am not sure how CGTalk takes to sharing updates to sites, but I thought I would share that I added the final tutorial for the PFlow introductory course. I want to also say that this is not a normal introductory course, it is pretty advanced but geared to teach the workflow and system.

Anyhow, thanks for the comments and keep them coming, that is your site.

  • Evan

#9

Nice resource! Thanks for sharing:)


#10

Hey guys, I just posted the first lesson in the new FumeFX basic training course. Check it out.

www.ParticleFlow.net


#11

Its not working…when i click on the link of full length introductory course i automatically get logged out of my gmail account…Am I the only one facing this problem???


#12

That image is actually not a link. If you click ‘courseware’ in the nav bar, there you will find the courses. the image is unlinked now, as it was just an error with the publishing.

  • Evan

#13

Thanks Evan,

I watched the first tutorial on Particle Flow. It is amazing. It definitely helps me understand Pflow a bit more. Thanks so much.


#14

Hey no problem. Glad they are helping you. There is alot more to come, but I have a new baby so sometimes the background noise would not be very conducive for concentration.


#15

Thanks for the tutorials Evan :bounce: …And congrats for your baby :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:


#16

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