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Old 02-11-2005, 10:19 PM   #1
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Default Skull goes up in smoke video

If we use Maya, does that make us Mayans?

Anyway, here a test clip of a vampire skull that turns into smoke. I used a fluid simulation to do it. Like I said; this is only a test to see if I could make it work. Now comes the actual shot. In the actual shot that I'm working on, there is no skull, just me smoking a cigarette but then something happens. I bet you can guess what.

Here's the clip:
Skull Smoker It's a quicktime file, a little over 600K.

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hey, pretty good...
needs a bit of adjusting, but, i know, its a test...
post your final work..
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