LightWave 11.6 and ChronoSculpt Tips- Glass Fracture and Dynamics Cache Editing

Rob Powers offers Tips on using the fracture tool in LightWave 11.6 to create a broken glass plane. Then demonstrates how to apply bullet dynamics, create a LightWave MDD cache file and edit that in ChronoSculpt.

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4 Comments

  1. OrangeAnimation 13/08/2013
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    Thanks, very interesting

  2. OrangeAnimation 24/01/2014
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    Thanks for posting Rob, it is good to see a tutorial from the man, sharing a bunch of good tips.

  3. OrangeAnimation 17/02/2014
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    Nice , I got work flow, from modeler to Layout to Chronosculpt and back.

  4. OrangeAnimation 30/11/2015
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    Very interesting. Please remove the mouth noise happening every minute! (it's disturbing)

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