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    New Deep Rising FX Introductory Training

    Hey Everyone,

    I'm proud to announce that Deep FX has released the first in a series of introductory training videos that will cover Deep Rising FX in-depth. Of course everything is free and can be accessed through YouTube.

    More videos will be uploaded periodically.

    Regards,

    Enjoy!

    Deep Rising FX Introductory Training Link

    Last edited by darkChief; 05-13-2018 at 09:47 AM.

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    Great ! Thanks a lot for that, darkChief
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    Sure, no problem.

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    I appreciate these tutorials myself; I haven't purchased Deep Rising yet, but it is on my list of potential purchases. The tutorials help to give me more of an idea of how it works and how much goes into these simulations and that in turn helps me evaluate how it fits into my workflow.

    I would only add that from what I have seen so far in the tutorials, we are seeing the mechanics but not necessarily the results. I would recommend adding in some split-screen renders or VPR of the simulation so that we see what is being built. I know for those who own Deep Rising it isn't necessary, but for potential customers like me and those on the fence, it really helps solidify the potential of the product.

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    Part seven is here! We go through a complete example, showing you each step required to make a beautiful fluid simulation shot.


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    Any feedback on the last tutorial? Any gripes or requests?

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    I liked it... it showed more of what goes into creating the fluid simulation and how the end result looks, both as particles and mesh.

    I would have been fine watching more of the fine tuning, but I can understand how that might annoy other viewers.

    Looking forward to seeing more detail about the mesh and materials.

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    Two new videos: Mesh Sequencer and Viscosity. Enjoy.



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    Cool, I'll have to watch these!

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    Great news for any one who's been interested in getting a Deep Rising 2.0 license\s. Liberty 3D is having a group buy -in. The more people, the more the price drops, check out the details, don't miss out on this excellent deal.

    http://www.liberty3d.com/2010deep-rising-fx-group-buy-in/

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    just got deep rising - lets put together a deep rising resource link - with all things deep rising =)

    now that i have it - does anyone know how well it will do ocean wakes?

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