Blender has a wide array of physical forces that you can use for simulation, like the wind.
- [Tutor] In this video, I want to talk about forces … and how they can interact with your particle simulations. … Now, before we get started, … I went ahead and duplicated our little plane emitter … and made three of them. … You also want to be sure … that if you're ever duplicating a particle system … that you make sure you make each one unique. … If for some reason … you see a number like one or two over here, … where the shield should be, … you can just click on this little copy icon … and it'll duplicate the particle system for you. … If you share one particle system, … you can sometimes get unwanted results. … I also added collision to a couple of extra rocks … and I even put collision on the fishbowl itself … because I noticed that some of the bubbles … were floating right through it. … Okay, now that we're inside the collision tab … you can see that there's a lot of cool stuff in here … including something called force field. … The easiest way though to add a force field … is to click on add, force field …
Skill Level Beginner
1. Learn Blender in Under an Hour
2. Modeling and Sculpting
3. Textures and Shading
4. Create Animations
5. Particles, Forces, and Fire
6. Putting It All Together
7. Advanced Techniques
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