How to Create a Dry Ice Effect With Turbulence FD

UniqueMo shows how to make a dry ice effect working with the initial state in Turbulence FD.

Fluid effects are a bit ubiquitous for Cinema 4D users these days. There are so many alternatives from RealFlow to X-Particles; everyone has their workflows and favorite. Arguably one of the first on the scene was Jawset’s Turbulence FD (which seems to be getting some recent development love).

Check out this tutorial from UniqueMo that shows how you can create a dry ice effect using Turbulence FD, working with initial states. The tutorial comes from a technique used in UniqueMo’s work on an Ice Pop Commercial.

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