In this tutorial we cover the technique I developed in Xpresso to lock particles to one axis or another, but only one per particle. This isn’t a new technique, it’s not original either. I have no idea where I had seen it before but I know there are others that have done it.
This is my approach. I hope it helps you.
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This series will take advantage of incredible tools such as TurbulenceFD by Jawset, PShade, and TP Partio to create stunning simulations in professional time frames.
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This is the first attempt at a tornado with Turbulence FD.
Made with the TP Toolkit: sellfy.com/p/MZt3
This tutorial focuses on using Mograph and Xpresso to drive the visibility of lights. We get to use some really cool music from some talented artists to show off the work.
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