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Old 03-12-2003, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default blowing paper/trash across the ground?

Not sure how to approach this one. Just for furthering
my understanding of dynamics, I would like to have
a piece of crumpled paper blow across a scene in
a natural fashion - stopping and starting ramdomly
with wind gusts.

Any takers/ideas?

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maybe try instancing paper for particles and using a turbulence feild? I'm going after the same problem myself right now...
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You could also use softbodies for the paper in combo with turbulence, gravity and air/wind fields.
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