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Old 18-02-2006, 05:40 AM   #1
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Default How to fill up a glass?

guyz how can i fill this up with water like a real glass?
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i suggest NextLimit's Realflow, at Realflow.com, although it does cost money, its the best
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or you can send mme the file, and i can do it

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u have real flow? or r u very clever with fluid/particles in maya
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I have real flow. But dont know how to do anything from it.
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use a texture map.. unless the fluid needs to move why do expensive fluid sims?


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guys, realflow seems to be superB. i have seen many ads made from it and im now leaening it...
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