Author Topic: Corona and Phoenix FD experiments  (Read 12253 times)

2016-10-08, 23:48:36

denisgo22

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Some new experiment with Corona render and other's simulation engines///
Corona animated proxy from Phoenix FD simulation and Krakatoa PRT loader for foam and splash/
Whole scene rendered only with Corona Render engine without compositing with Vray render///
Full HD resolution only for sale on Footage Stock's sites///
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Process:


In the end some post process with After Effect+ Copilot Optical Flares and Sapphire Shake for some free moving camera///


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« Last Edit: 2016-10-09, 04:01:22 by denisgo22 »

2016-10-09, 11:55:13
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Sintel

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2016-10-10, 07:21:28
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100 number. Very nice.
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2016-10-10, 23:03:36
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denisgo22

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Thank's Guys///
this is my attempt's to solve the problem of rendering in Corona, simulations from other simulation engines without additional software's, compositing and plugin's, because for me, Corona is the main render on today, due to its simplicity and quality.
I hope that, with Phoenix 3 it will be even more easier, because this version has support for exporting ABC and BIN format for particles sequences///
« Last Edit: 2016-10-10, 23:17:46 by denisgo22 »

2016-10-13, 01:52:28
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Sintel

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Yeah, I think this workflow was quite crazy :)) Whatever, final shot is perfect. I really like it :))
« Last Edit: 2016-10-13, 02:18:27 by Sintel »

2016-10-13, 02:45:30
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Yeah, I think this workflow was quite crazy :)) Whatever, final shot is perfect. I really like it :))

Thank's for comment///
But in my opinion it's not much more "crazy", than to do the same through Next Limit Realflow or Nayad software's, with all the attendant inconveniences,/Global scene scale,export and import animations and particles from and to 3dmax and etc. :)
at least here everything is done only in ONE software,--- good, old 3dmax:)
« Last Edit: 2016-10-13, 02:56:11 by denisgo22 »

2016-10-17, 21:37:23
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Some new version///
Post's are welcome


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Happy to make not Archiviz sometimes:)))

2016-10-17, 23:33:16
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Good visualization. I think the ship has a very high speed. Judging by the waves of the wind is almost there.

2016-10-20, 19:42:24
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denisgo22

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 image at the end of the project///

post's are welcome


Happy to make not Archiviz sometimes:)))
« Last Edit: 2016-10-20, 20:02:10 by denisgo22 »

2016-11-10, 02:47:28
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denisgo22

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Last test for this project of the Top view

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2016-11-10, 19:13:46
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Flavius

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Very nice man, especially the top view. How did you manage to do the rocks/shoreline? And what kind of material have you used for the foam?

2017-03-08, 21:34:49
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These are great!!!!!

Im really keen to see more examples of Phoenix and corona working together. There is a fire sim on vimeo but not too, but no info on how it was created?

Have you found any improvements with Phoenix 3?


2017-03-09, 07:21:53
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I really liked the 2nd and 3rd video. Well done.
Do you mind doing a short video of the setup with pheonix

2017-03-18, 17:35:41
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dam this looks amazing
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