Go with the flow and emulate the motion of the ocean as Joe shows you how to create wet surfaces using WetMaps with Phoenix FD in Maya.
In this tutorial, Joe shows you how to:
Maya is a popular 3D modelling program, well-known for its ease of use when creating realistic animations and effects. It allows users to apply modelling layers to give a free-form approach to 3D animation. As an Autodesk product, it seamlessly integrates with other great plugins, such as Phoenix FD, Yeti and XGen.
Phoenix FD, a Chaos Group product, is a complete solution for fluid dynamics that can be used to simulate liquids, smoke, fire, ocean waves, splashes and more. It is a single, powerful plugin that has a fast setup and can be seamlessly integrated into 3ds Max and Maya and optimized to render with V-Ray.
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