Unbelievable Realistic Liquid Render

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+10 1. fryguy503 commented 7 years ago

I have to pee now, thanks.
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+20 2. joka232 commented 7 years ago

Yep, close to real! :D this one is the best ive seen yet :D good job :)
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+4 3. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

I think I need to study on how to use Blender ! That was very impressive !
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+11 4. ChainTexter commented 7 years ago

fake! oh, wait...
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+5 5. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

It looks really good. But there is one part that doesn't look natural to me, and that is how the fluid disperses over the round bottom before it fills up a bit. Can't put my finger on it, but it just doesn't seem as natural as most of the rest.
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+1 6. cmmd commented 7 years ago

Bullshit, that's no rendering. He just poured the water in buckets.
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-2 7. irishgek commented 7 years ago

I have seen better rendered water in games, and thats live rendering not 220 hours of waiting for a clip like that.
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+3 8. Thanny commented 7 years ago

#5 That's common with most water simulations. Since they use large particles to calculate the motion, then fill in the gaps to render as a solid body, it looks more like a very viscous syrup when moving over a surface. That despite appearing to have the same viscosity as water in other respects (including the speed), so it creates a visual clash.

Couple that with a complete disregard for wetting (the way water sticks in a thin film after the bulk of it has receded), and the overall result is less than convincing.
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0 9. saturas commented 7 years ago

seems realistic in deed, but at the end there are too many bouncing blobs like they are from a rubber, water does not behave like that.
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+1 10. Baboon commented 7 years ago

#6 you're an animal, only animals could see its bullshit.