Vapor, Smoke, and Ectoplasm 3D Fluid Container - Maya Tutorial


3D fluid containers are perfect for containing ghosts, simulations of vapors, or creating ectoplasmic type plasm effects. As with any 3D fluid, render times are critical for fast great results and in this tutorial by Stuart Christensen, you will learn some inside tips for creating ectoplasm and vapors, as well as minimizing render times so you can quickly use these effects in After Effects or your favorite compositing program.

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