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Liquid advice needed

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pata

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I am going to do liquid animation.
It has to looks like liquid falling down from one glass to another glass with liquid.
And also something like boiling water.
Some advices?
Which software will be the best?
I am using usually Cinema 4D and 3D max, but i can try other ones also.
Or maybe its better to do it in post production?



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Jamie_B

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Bifrost in Maya is good for fluid simulations, haven't fully figured it out yet but i've seen people do impressive stuff with it!







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