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Hey Guys, is there a tutorial for animated water with waves and physics somewhere? I want to have a (pirate) ship sail in the ocean and attack a other vessel, so I am looking for moving waves,  swell on the hull, water gushing up etc. Any tips?  So far my tries are not very real looking.... 
(btw.: I can understand English or German.I hope that doubled the possibility.) 

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Someone did a lightwave one that apparently exported as fbx to be used with expression editor, my forum search sucks but I imagine you'd need lightwave to do it yourself or I would have grabbed the export if there were one available.




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it depends on how far you want to go with it really -  you could always search youtube for free green screen splashes - and composite it into your scene with a video editor -  most of them are share/remix friendly  -  or you can go as far as using blender,  modo, 3dsmax, realflow and moving your scene there -   you can do a bit with iclone -  but very simple / limited  -  The depth of detail that water and splashes can go in cg can be quite extreme and expensive in both software and time -  so you kind of have to decide a cut off point of how much realism and accuracy your scene needs. 

to some people the idea of making a software generate a splash that looks hyper -real -  is the end game and their idea of fun,  to others ...i just need a little splash so i can get on with my story is the fun.





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I actually figured out a way to do ocean waves with displacement. It takes a couple tricks to get it working. I'll have a tutorial up soon. Smile
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On iClone 6 , water effect is limited.
Water effect as visual water  ( look like ) -------- > water type effect
For better real motion water use  another 3D tool ---------->  - Cinema 4D  have Free plugin for water effect ( use Hodini plugin )
                                                                                      - After effect   ( Red giant plugin ) 

Back to iClone water effect .
Reallusion should be evaluated this water FX for more better. ( with displacement get more result )
May be  any tutorial for this.
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Have a look here. https://forum.reallusion.com/288414/Ocean-Waves-By-Displacement
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you mean like this?

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That looks awesome. Thank you.



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