When in doubt, light it on fire with one click by using the Blender Quick Smoke menu item. Plus, get an overview of smoke and fire techniques.
- [Narrator] As much as I love fluid simulations, … I love fire simulations even more. … They're really fun and easy to play with. … So, for this video, I want to show you … how to make a little fire pop out of our volcano. … Much like fluid simulations, we're going to use … the quick system, and we're going to make … a collection dedicated just to this fire. … Now, for this file, I actually went ahead … and removed the fluid simulation … just because it's really heavy … and every time we play and run it that simulation will run … and you don't want to generate all … that data every single time. … All right, in here, I'm going to type in fire. … And then, I'm going to go to one of these side views, … I'm going to zoom in here, I'm going to grab my volcano … and hit Shift + M and click on Fire. … And again, that's just Shift + M. … Let's hide all these other collections for right now. … Shift right click here to put our 3D cursor. … And let's go ahead and let's add a spear. … That looks pretty good, we'll just move it up a little bit, …
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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