How to Create a FumeFX Smoke Sim in C4D

LFO design shows how to create a great-looking smoke sim in C4D with FumeFX, rendered with Redshift.

There are quite a few simulation tools for Moxon Cinema 4D, and one that doesn’t get talked about so much is FumeFX. Sitnisati’s tool for fluid dynamics comes as a plugin for 3ds Max, Maya, and Cinema 4D.

This new tutorial from LFO design shows how you can make a great-looking smoke simulation with FumeFX in Cinema 4D and render it with Redshift.

FumeFX plugins can create simulations and rendering of realistic fire, smoke, explosions, and other gaseous phenomena.

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