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Wood Breaking

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  • can anyone suggest a good way to make realistic wood cracking and splintering?

    it doesn't need to break apart fully, just crack and deform. I have been trying to do something with the thrausi plugin but not had much joy so any other method is ok too.

    I'm hoping to get something similar to this:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqNJRxn23NQ

    any suggestions would be appreciated

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    You could do it with Nitroblast if you made custom cuts yourself.

    I guess the nest step with Nitroblast is for some other breaking presets like splintered wood for example. I've seen it in other breaking plugins.

    Morph

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    Double that for Nitroblast - great plugin for just 40€!

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  • never heard of that one, thanks I'll take a look

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    never heard of that one

    You must have been in a deep deep sleep lately. :-)

    Peace,

    Rich_Art. :)

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  • not asleep, just trying my best to ignore all the cool things that distract me from what I'm meant to be doing : )

    does nitroblast have the ability to break things but still keep the pieces somewhat attached? this is the problem I was having with thrausi, I can cut up all the cracks and splinters to look right but then they just move apart and gaps open up. I need something that will stay as one object but crack in the middle.

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    Yep. Nitroblast can do that.

    M

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