In this tutorial you will discover:
- The basics of fluid simulations
- How to create a splash effect
- Advanced settings to tweak for better results
One of the most under rated features of blender is it’s built-in fluid simulator. Commercial users have to fork out close to $4000 for fluid simulations, but Blender users get it for free. Boo yah!
Unfortunately it rarely gets used. Part of this reason is probably that we can’t think of any uses for it besides filling up a glass, but also that there are few tutorials for it.
So in this week’s tutorial I’m focusing entirely on the fluid simulator and how to use it effectively.
At a Glance
Screenshots from the video:
Now that you’ve finished the tutorial it’s time to get your feet wet (pun intended) and create something with it. Here’s some inspiration to get you started:
- 3d Pancakes (with Syrup!)
- Amazing demonstration of the ‘Fluid Control’ feature
- Realistic waterfall
- Incredible water art by Jean Bérard
Have fun! Don’t forget to leave a comment below with suggestions for future topics or finished works that you create from this tutorial.Download started .blend Download finished .blend Introduction to the Fluid Simulator,