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Turbulence FD R&D

Turbulence FD R&D

Just wanted to share some of my R&D testing of Turbulence FD. It’s a gaseous fluids plug-in for Cinema 4D. Similar to the 3DS Max plug-in, Fumefx. It’s a lot of fun and quite powerful. Site to buy Turbulence FD.

Few tests. First up is a matchmoving test where I added fire and smoke using Turbulence FD (TFD) and the second is a camera mapped photo using Projection Man inside of Cinema 4D then of course using TFD to create the explosion.

14 Comments

  • gabriel on Feb 20, 2013 Reply

    Man that is a really nice explosion and i admire your work, but i’ll do anything to learn that cool explosion in t4d…i have tried hard so many times..but no luck….here is an example….https://vimeo.com/59828790…..i don’t know the anatomy of an explosion and im pretty sure the settings in t4d is the same as real life…so im asking just this once…please just teach me the parameters of an small scale nuclear explosion..im runnning 10.6.8 mac laptop with external memory 600gb and internal 8gb…plzzz help.

  • rusty on Dec 21, 2012 Reply

    that was awesome…any eta for that tut?

  • Oliver on Aug 01, 2012 Reply

    Really nice turbulence example!

    • Josh on Aug 04, 2012 Reply

      Thank you very much, Oliver!!

  • 3d visual effects on Dec 22, 2011 Reply

    Nice composting and overall work

    • Josh on Dec 22, 2011 Reply

      Thank you!

  • michael jones on Nov 20, 2011 Reply

    Your live action composite looks amazing…would love to know how you set that up/your turbulence FD setup on the fire and smoke…very realistic…

    • Josh on Dec 22, 2011 Reply

      Thank you. Actually there is no 3D tracking here all made in Cinema 4D.

  • arcane on Oct 20, 2011 Reply

    Can you do something where you show how to get the long wispy flames please

    • Josh on Oct 20, 2011 Reply

      Sure. Do you have a reference example?

  • fabila on Oct 06, 2011 Reply

    Nice! Can you make a tutorial on how did you match move camera and added smoke with fire.

    • Josh on Oct 10, 2011 Reply

      Thanks! I will be making a tutorial for that or something similar :).

  • Ivan on Jul 26, 2011 Reply

    Nice compositing and overall work.

    • Josh on Jul 30, 2011 Reply

      Thank you, Ivan!

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