Morphing objects

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jamil stankovic
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Morphing objects

Post by jamil stankovic » Wed Jun 10, 2020 10:51 pm

Hey there!
I´m actually new to Realflow, and I want to create something like this is in c4d:

My idea is to create like flat water that's going up to create my logo.
(you can see examples in the video)
I can't find any tutorials in the internet to create a morph effect like this right into cinema 4d and Realflow.
I really appreciate every hint and help from you.


Christian Zuppinger
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Re: Morphing objects

Post by Christian Zuppinger » Fri Jun 12, 2020 5:19 pm


the best "daemon" for such a task is the magic daemon (you probably have seen this in the tutorials already). In RFC4D it is not much different than in the standalone. Make sure that you un-check enable collision on the logo object so that the particles can go inside the object.
The challenge is (like in the standalone) to fine-tune the gravity, approach- and escape strength of the magic daemon. Probably need to keyframe the strength of these forces over time.

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