Join David Andrade for an in-depth discussion in this video Overview of particles and physics, part of Blender 2.91 Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Effects in big-budget movies are often … a combination of multiple systems working together. … For example, they may use a particle simulation … that has a bunch of objects moving around. … Those objects are probably acted on … by a small force or even a couple of forces. … Then, you can add another effect on top, … like a fluid or smoke or fire simulation … to create a really interesting mix … that makes you feel like, "Wow, that's a big explosion," … or "That's a big waterfall," or something. … On top of that, there are other cheats that you can use … like dynamic painting, that are really simple, … but focused, effects that allow you to mimic something … without the heaviness of running a giant simulation. … In this chapter, we're going to touch on a few of those. … First, we'll start with particles and forces … and see how they can interact with each other. … Then, we'll play with fluid simulations … and fill our fishbowl with water. … Just for fun, I'll throw a little smoke and fire …
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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