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Old 18-06-2004, 12:26 PM   #1
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Smile ocean tuts

Hello everbody
I am looking for a easy to understand tut on how to create an ocean with waves, that sort of thing, I know there is one at simplylightwave.

Any help will be great

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try this

http://www.cmistudios.com/lessons/oceanTut/index.htm

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thats a cool tutorial but not the right thing, I am looking for something like this http://www.simplylightwave.com/movie...mhtml?tut_id=3

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Got Fluids?

If so, check the tutorials in the docs.
I swear by them sometimes
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no fluids here, thanks ragecgi.

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aaahaaa!!! Now I did this when I learnt Lightwave a few years ago. I can point you in the direction of a certain Dan Ablan, hes an absolute guru of Lightwave and has some good books out there. Now the book I'm thinking of has a yellow racing car on the cover. Thats the book you want!!! Sorry cant remember the name though, but look up this guy anyway. Its all done with fractals and crumple procedural shaders in Lightwave itself, very good!!! or you could check out www.flay.com, big Lightwave site!!! Lots of tutorials even for Maya guys too!!!

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