Tyflow Ash Tutorial (3DS Max Vray) – Avengers Endgame VFX

This video will show you everything you need to know about creating ash and other low mass effects in tyFLOW. Specifically, you’ll learn how to optimize your tyflow particle systems around a real production workflow similar to what we see in Avengers.

In fact, this is based around some of the work I did when working on Avengers: Endgame, and it’s the exact same process I’ve used on Blade for all the vampire ashings, God of War Superbowl commercial and others that involved lots of ash or similar effects. This is the main reason I get a lot of calls to work on productions, is having a complete understanding of how to get the unique look and feel of these types of effects.

So what’s involved in creating realistic ash effects?

– Understanding turbulence, low mass effects;

– How to create intricate motion that looks and feels realistic;

– Knowing when and where to use cloth, rigid bodies or other dynamics;

– Learning to optimize your simulations for faster speed and render times;

– Being able to start a shot and build on it, rather than getting into the weeds too early;

– Using V-Ray and 3DS Max to it’s full potential;

– Building a caching workflow to allow you to re-time your caches easily and quickly;

– Building a workflow for shape instancing and mesh caching that ‘works’ painlessly.

Towards the end of this video you’ll learn many techniques like cloth, but from an intelligent standpoint. The big mistake newbies and freshers make is “Just because we have access to particle solvers” doesn’t mean we need to dial up the settings on everything and expect results. Instead we set up conditions that allow us to activate cloth “when it’s needed.”

And, other times, where there would be no benefit to using a cloth solver at all, we roll back into faster solutions to keep our system optimized, fast and allows us to make revisions on the fly.

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Youtube comments:

Eric Liang
Been waiting for this since the day you've announced it! Super excited to try this one out! Thanks a lot Allan!! <3
Abdullah Kolaylı
great tutorial as always :) i like ur tutorial they are so good and clear
ARISTOTLE GADDI
this is awesome... is there any rain tutorial? thanks a lot.
maddu adarsh
Yes
Franchesca Silva
Great video! Do u perhaps have a tutorial like this dedicated to Maya?
F A I L First Attempt In Learning
THANKS A LOT ALLAN BIG FAN BHAI(BRO)
yanislachat
Perfect!
Sasi Kumar
How to make in Maya
Domenico Grillo
Hi Allan will the upcoming tutorials of thanos be free or do i need to sign up?
Daniel Stringer
Hi there, I just had a quick question - When exporting the tycache the materials don't carry across. Is this something i'm doing wrong? Thanks
Francois Vorster
Okay.. So i have a funny problem.. Tutorial awesome and tyflow no problem... But.. When i render in vray.. Only the flakes that transform in cloth renders.. No other flakes.. Maybe i did something wrong.. I use max2019, vrayNext and Tyflow for vraynext.
juan Leonistico
i came back allan! thanks for this great tyflow tutorial
Hasan Huseyin
YES
Nico Cerone Art
yes!!!
Robb
Excited for the new Thanos tutorial!
lalit joshi
in future i start my own production house so What should I learn from the technical knowledge of software or something else
lalit joshi
Why you are not use Houdini
Ashish Shenoy
moreeee!
Dota Time
thnq so much . finally someone uploaded real stuff. on one was focusing on 3d effect
n2prod
Hey, thanks for all. One question, wy you are using 3dsmax wind, if you can use the tyflow wind force with his own turbulence? thanks!