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Old 27-10-2002, 01:13 AM   #1
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Default Slime and adhesion

anyone figured out a way to make slime ooze down a spherical object then drip off, glob by glob.. sorry im so graphic but....
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You'd want to experiment with either soft body dynamics or blobby surface particles.
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Mike is right.

Also make sure to set your object's "Friction" attribute untill you get your desired stickyness.

That way, when your particles collide with your object, they dont slide off of it too quickly
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