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Indeed. And a very time consuming hobby too.

No problem of course, but it would be nice to keep that in mind.

Peace,

Rich_Art. ;)

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I think 3DKiwi still has to upload the member tutorials. If for some reason, its gone for good, ill upload it again, or just make another one.

Would you please upload it again? I dont think there is a need to make another one.

We appreciate your work and the time you spend to develop this website 3DKIWI.

Thank you guys

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Didn't I just provide the link to the tutorial 2 posts above? It's ready and waiting for you folks to download. A jolly good tutorial I must say.

3DKiwi

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Didn't I just provide the link to the tutorial 2 posts above? It's ready and waiting for you folks to download. A jolly good tutorial I must say.

3DKiwi

oh thats right.. thanks :)

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lol: "A jolly good tutorial"

You practicing your british accent? Getting ready for 6 nations I hope :D

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Hello again,

I have couple of questions:

-The simulation looks so blobby and the liquid drops is so big, how can I solve this?

-If I export the particles instead of exporting meshes.. would I get better results? Can I import the simulation from RF as particle system, then play with it inside C4D?

thanks

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great.. thanks

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Sure! I can do another one if enough people want it.

What kind of in depth tutorial is everyone looking for? Perhaps a tut on a ball splashing in some water??

Yes! That's exactly my next project (well - a rock - possibly skipping a water surface, then splashing)

Can ya make that tutorial Vilandra? Would be the ultimate!

Thank you!

// jayse

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