Mobile Multimedia Interaction
I am dead when render is completed
oldest blender simulations
Period be like 1:05
some water looks laggy.
this is very satisfying…
The dramatic music XD
Brilliant, and I love the music that goes with them all. Great stuff ;.
Imagine all of the liquid simulations are like the concrete of a simple house
5:03 that looks…kinda delicious actually,i would eat/drink some of that.
Wow! Looks amazing. May I ask how you did 0:15 ?
Can someone send me here "download links" of your blender projects im still training on blender animating. I would really appreciate it, thanks to everyone who answers!
New course, guys: Modeling chess game pieces in Blender:
this isnt really like a intro
how any years did this take to render?
umm how do you make a block again
Why do you have to put all the liquids in boxes?
These are oddly satisfying to watch
Music sounds like its from strongholdd
Do a liquid/fluid tutorial plz
I have a lot to learn on this program
I liked it!And a question: I know the music from somewhere, but can someone tell me where it's from or what its name is?Na d a second one: How long the hell did this all take to render, or do you got a freaking overpowered computer? 😀
great .. how high is the resolution of the fluid simulation? And how long did it take to render? 🙂
Hey cool vid! if by any chance you are looking for free music (with a Creative Commons license) for your next videos check out my songs! Download them herehttps://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a145737/through-the-gapswww.quadofficial.bandcamp.com
The mass of the large dominos at 2:11 is too low, as you can see they slide easily when they are hit and fall slowly. Just pointing that out.
I have a question I'm new to blender and 3d animation. So did you actually animation this stuff or did you set physics or something to make it do it. It's self???
so cool !
Hey dud or dudet u got to show us how u did that im going crazy for it GOOD=)
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