Avengers Thanos Particles (tyFLOW & Phoenix FD)

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Last modification: 23 Apr, 2019
  • Film & VFX
  • Effects
  • nParticles
  • 3ds Max
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  • Beginner
46 min



Hey guys I just released a new video on particle dispersion with tyFLOW

If you like this please take a moment to share - thank you so much

The tyFLOW VFX Tutorial (3ds Max 2017 and up) is taking advantage of Advengers Endgame Thanos as a sculpt to demonstrate this effect - and focuses on some of the basic principles of particle FX that we can utilize to create great looking particle simulations using tyflow and 3ds max. The dispersion technique is one I developed many years ago that is extremely effective for creating tyflow particle fx of models disintegrating.

I decided to include Thanos from Avengers Endgame as the film comes out later this week and the past few weeks I have been putting together a lot of training specifically for the release of the film on the Avengers Endgame VFX. Not including this Thanos Dispersion tyflow VFX Tutorial - I will also be releasing more production training each day over the coming 2 weeks.

Take a moment to Subscribe now because you will get notified the minute the Avengers Endgame VFX training for tyFLOW is released.

Click here to subscribe: https://tinyurl.com/y58fw26d

So if you are not subscribed to my YouTube channel, and you would, please take a moment to subscribe now. Later this week I am releasing an entire Live Action Avengers Visual Effects Sequence of Thanos turning to ash, following the look of the Avengers Infinity War 'Decimation' effect from the movie.

I will also be doing a live break down of the visual effects work I did for Avengers Endgame in 3DS Max using tyflow, PhoenixFD and compositing in Nuke.

Not only that, but I will be sharing all HD footage, all character scene files, textures and shaders, particle files and everything else so you can follow along in the visual effects training step by step. This will be entirely in tyFLOW and PhoenixFD for 3dsmax.

We'll also be rendering in Krakatoa and Vray for rendering, covering photoreal lighting and shading techniques and a feature film visual effects production pipeline workflow. I also have a few other surprises, bringing on one of the character animators from Avengers to discuss animating Thanos!

If you're not familiar with tyFLOW - the tyFLOW plugin for 3ds max is a new particle system for 3ds max based around the workflow of Particle Flow part of Autodesk's 3DS Max. tyFLOW is developed by Tyson Ibele.

I hope you enjoy the Thanos Dispersion VFX Tutorial!

You can get more tyFLOW tutorials, as well as PhoenixFD, FumeFX and other visual effects tutorials on my channel - https://tinyurl.com/y58fw26d

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