Hey there guys! I’m back on ISIP bearing gifts. Lots of you asked about some Realflow melting tests I did a while back, so i’ve decided to share with you the scripts I wrote for those tests. Both the videos below use these scripts (the second with a bit of camera tracking too!) so have a play and i’ll get back next week with some scene files showing you how to set them up if you run into any problems. Watch the tutorial above to get some quick tips and have fun with them. These, I should say are very basic scripts at best but hopefully should do the trick in getting you into scripting a little more.
Hello!! A fair time has passed since my last tutorial so thought I would get back onto the case and get this tutorial out that I have been meaning to do for a while now. Just to say I am not by any means a whizz at scripting of any kind but I had an interest in the power of using the Python scripting within Realflow so have been grafting hard at getting vaguely up to speed on the subject. The doors this opens for you within realflow to grasp much tighter control on what exactly you want to happen, is incredible and if you just jump in with two feet and absorb everything you can, you’ll be coding for fun in no time I promise.
Realflow scripting site – http://resources.realflow.com/ranking_scripts.php?t=1
Realflow 5 released since I recorded this and looks pretty sweet! – http://www.realflow.com/
Pixelpro, just great stuff with realflow – http://www.vimeo.com/user595972
(SONG: The Roots – Seed 2.0)
In this tutorial I go into something I had a play with recently, which is using mograph’s modynamics along with Cinema 4d’s in-built metaballs to get some nice liquidy looking stuff, as well as having it interact with other rigid bodies like text.
I split it into two parts for ease of rendering and making them slightly more digestible chunks. Let me know what you think.
(oh and this tutorial’s intro song is Sam Cooke – Twistin’ the Night Away!)