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Old 31-12-2003, 02:05 PM   #1
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Default Particle in containers

anyone know how to make particles emmited from an emmiter fill up a container. I tried making individual radial fields but it doesnt seem to work too well. after playing 100 frames the particle start to shoot everywhere.
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Whoops! I moved your post to the wrong thread

Anyhoo, here was my reply:
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This should get you part of the way there:

Find the tut link for jozvex and
check out his interparticle collisions tutorial.

(click on the center "MAYA TUTORIALS" text on his main page for the tuts)

Great guy, helped me out with this in the past a bunch
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