Volumétricos -tutorial para blender-

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26 Responses

  1. Rafeo says:

    Muchas gracias Mata por mocharte con este tuto. Espero hacer experimentos con esto :p

  2. mataii says:

    De nada don Rafa 😉

    A ver si muestras tus experimentos por ahi 😉 para ver que tal 😀

    Salutes!

  3. Brian says:

    Is there a chance you can fix the “fire.jpg” image. (second image down) so its more readable?

    Thanks!

  4. venomgfx says:

    felicitaciones por el tutorial! es fantastico!

    apenas llegue a casa lo veo mejor, un abrazo amigo!!

    saludos

  5. mataii says:

    Hi Brian, yes.. just give me some time, im in a public computer :S wou’re wellcome 😉

    Hey Venom! que gusto leerte por aqui amigo 😉 que bueno que te haya gustado el tutorial 🙂 ojala sea util 😉

    Un abrazo!

  6. Brutto AVT says:

    Can I translate your tutorial to portuguese? I want to place it in my blog.

  7. Höhrer says:

    @Brian: Open the image in a separate window/tab it’s fully readable in its original size – just not embedded here.

  8. Klópes says:

    Genial, Mataii, al final te quedaron perfectas esas bolas 🙂

  9. mataii says:

    @Brutto Hello Bruto AVT, yes! Feel free to translate it, is a very good idea ;D

    Duh.. I forgot to make linkt in the pics :S.. sorry.. Now I understand :$

    Hey Klópes! jeje.. gracias Man! que bueno que te guste el tuto :$ 😉
    por fin estoy de regreso en el ciber espacio 😀

  10. Marcus Stade says:

    Excellent usage of my old proof-of-concept! ;o)

    I’m Macke by the way, got this site linked to me by an old blender friend. It’s fun to see that you guys still find and make good use of these old files. I still remember how I put this together after watching the special features on a Shrek DVD about how they made the lava and fireballs in Shrek. This was in Chicago a little over five years ago I think, while visiting my brother. Fun times indeed.

    I’d never imagined I’d see someone using my old files these days, to make a great tutorial no less. Excellent work, and thanks for mentioning my name!

    Ps. The e-mail addy you’ve linked to in my name there is not working any more.

  11. mataii says:

    Thanks Marcus! I’m glad to see you here!

    Your demo file inspires me alot, and decided to take a look how you did it and I only change some things to give it another look 🙂 and yes.. the first time I saw the blendfile, it comes to my mind the dragon flames of Shrek because as you, I have the oportunity to see the extras of the movie, but never tried to do something as you did it 🙂

    Thanks to you for the blend file :), I just wanted to give the credit to the right person 😀

    Ps. E-mail changed

  12. birras says:

    nice one!! I bet there are a lot of hard workin guys and gals appreciating (ughh spelling after birras is hard) ur effort!!

    hasta lue…la primera cania pago yo..

  13. mataii says:

    Hola birras 🙂

    Gracias por los comentarios 😉

    Saludos!

  14. Gatts says:

    Joder macho, desde luego lo tuyo es el diseño 3d, ese fuego parece un efecto digno de las consolas de nueva generacion! Sobre todo impresiona el color anaranjado tan realista que posee la cabeza del fuego, y el denso humo de la cola…fantastico amigo 😉
    Salu2

  15. mataii says:

    Hey Gatts muchas gracias por tus comentarios 😉 me alegra mucho que te guste 😀

    Tambien te interesa el diseño 3d?

    Saludos

  16. Gatts says:

    Pues mira, soy estudiante de informatica de sistemas de primer año, y este tipo de cosas siempre me interesaron, pero nunca he tenido la oportunidad de iniciarme en esto, aunque por 2º año creo que hay una asignatura de diseño grafico que tiene que estar bien interesante 🙂
    Sobre todo me interesan este tipo de cosas para poder hacerme mis propios mods de mapas de half life 2 y esas cosas jejej
    Salu2!

  17. mataii says:

    Orale, interesate :), Pues ojala tengas la oportunidad

    Por cierto, haces buenos reviews de los videojuegos, he estado viendo tu blog 🙂

    Saludos!

  18. EllriNidhogg says:

    you could use material blending keys and nodes to do the conversion from fire to smoke to get rid of the sudden particle death

  19. Salvador Mata says:

    Thanks EllriNidhogg, I’ll take into account your sugestions 🙂

  20. Kim says:

    Followed the tutorial, and it’s not working. As usual. Any help?

  21. Salvador Mata says:

    seems that using in new versions it works a little bit different, I’ll try to make it with 2.48.

    Sorry 🙂

  22. hotmaia says:

    Ficou muito bom o tutorial e o resultado. Parabéns.

  23. Domi3D says:

    Thanx for this TuT 😉 it’s working on my blender2.49 got a nice ball….^^
    But I just do not animate this one caus no TuT findable on net. 🙁

  24. Salvador Mata says:

    @Pierre Croteau: It is near to the search form, on the top right corner 🙂

  25. Siu Raw says:

    Muy buen artículo. Suerte

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