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tyFLOW — Skin Tearing FX Tutorial (3DS Max 2019)

Tyson Ibele just released tyFLOW plugin for 3DS Max. I wanted to release this tyFLOW tutorial on skin tearing, to demonstrate some of the basic workflow of the tyFLOW plugin.

tyFLOW came out recently. However, I’ve been at various speaking events the past few weeks, and just got back to the West Coast this week. So I’ve been tinkering with this on my laptop during long flights while in the air. But now that I’m back at my workstation, I wanted to put out a quick tutorial, mostly just to share the basic process — but also to get your input on whether this is something that you want to see more of.

If this is something you would like to see more of, leave a comment, let me know both “Yes, I want to see tutorials on this” and what typical features or even effects shots you would like to see? I’ll try to find some time in the next few days to publish more tutorials. Let me know: do you want to see more tyFLOW tutorials for 3DS Max?

Thanks again and I appreciate you watching this, I hope it helps you! And, if you are able to like / subscribe then thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve you.

Thanks, guys!

Allan McKay

 

Finally, I have some new VFX training out right now. (It’s free.) It’s over 18 hours of tutorials focused entirely around Live Action Visual Effects (City Destruction Class). You can check it out at https://www.VFXCOURSE.com

Youtube comments:

jacemnk
Have been watching for a while, with just lurking and not commenting. But i finally have to say: The dedication you put into these videos is absolutely inspiring. I know VFX is a niche topic, but it's baffling that not every single CG/3D Artist with a youtube account is subscribed to you. Your content reminds me of the channel of David. F. Sandberg. Just relentlessly opening the books and showing the magic behind the scenes.Im a Blender Artist so i might be a bit biased towards the "beeing open with knowledge" attitude. So it's exhilarating to see an industry giant like yourself sharing the same mentality.Seriously can't thank you enough for beeing such a approchable Mentor .
AliTkhan
i was expecting to see in the final results that you showed us in the starting in the end of the clip
Marko Los
Great Content as usual Allan. I really enjoyed your Fume FX tutorials and content for years, the podcast you do and now tyFLOW is going to be amazing to learn. The CG Fire on Evil Dead 2013 Remake our studio worked on is all thanks to your awesome Fume tutorials. Thanks a lot, you Rock Dude : ) Greetings From New Zealand
federico rivolta
Many thanks for the tutorial, dude. Anyway, the more I work on 3Ds Max, the more I realize it's a tool from the past.
seljon ranki
yeh crowds crowds crowds
Pablo Ballester
Keeps amazing me how a Hollywood legend it's sharing his knowledge in a totally humble way with all of us! Love your tutorials! I was wondering how's the way to implement this kind of skin ripping in a real plate, ie an actor which hand starts ripping and the flesh fly like with a cero gravity behavior... Making a production pipeline about something like that would be glorious!!! Thanks for your tutorials by the way!!! Big fan.
Mourad Fx
Awesomeness. I am getting hooked to this. Moaaar plz.
Charles Bammel
Love everything you do! Very helpful, thank you and yes I would love to see more!
Chris Calleton
More please!
Pop Squad
All of your tutorials are very helpful and appreciated!
Raphaël Lëaphar
thx for the tutorial, learned a lot, how could i apply that to a mesh animated with biped ?
Paul Castro
Great tutorial Allan. You really have made tyflow not seem so daunting to learn and your instruction is easy to follow. Thanks for taking the time out to create these videos they have really helped! Cheers!
Chris Vergari
You know for the amount of time you took to tell us like 5 times that you don't have enough time to devote to this, would've saved you a lot of time (that you don't have).
edgar sargsyan
I would definitely love to see more
Ryan Mannion
I enjoyed all of these tutorials and definitely remember enjoying your Pflow FX course years ago. It would be so great to see much more on tyFLOW when you have the time. Thanks. I also look forward to moving through the wait list on your site to be able to participate in your VFX courses. Good Stuff!
Grafika-x Aleš Kováč
Wow :-)
David Reyes
A quick question Allan... What should i learn, cebas thinking, houdini or tyflow? it is very confusing because, there are al lot of options to chooose. Thanks!!!
Piotr Habdas
like always super, THX
Guille Umpierrez
Very cool stuff! Im amazed by Tyflow, hope to see more : )
Ram Deep Shah
Can we have any tutorial regarding cloth burning effects..plz