How to Use Active Bodies in the Beta of Phoenix FD 4

17.10.2019
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Time to get active with this 3D Tip looking at how to use Active Bodies in the new Beta of Phoenix FD 4, using Maya.

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In this tutorial, Joe walks through:

  • Setting up basic object fill simulation
  • Creating active bodies and linking them to the solver
  • Using the active body ground planes
  • Adjusting the density of active bodies
  • Adjusting the centre of mass of active bodies
  • Adjusting the friction of the active bodies with the fluid simulation
Phoenix FD 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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