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Blender 2.5 particle tutorials


Reynante Martinez has published 4 very impressive detailed particle tutorials that cover if not everything you need to know about particle system. From getting start with basic parameters for both hair and emitter, into creating advance effect like fire and disintegration of mesh object. He also gave the blend files!

Here are the articles


  1. Hmm and how make disintegration effect in 2.50?
    I don't see any particle attributes settings in mapping?
    Not yet implemented?
    Cheers ;]

  2. Thanks, everyone! I must admit though, the title is a bit confusing, as I did also introduce some 2.49 concepts on the tutorials. But I'm hoping you'll find it helpful still. Have fun!


  3. good non-video tuts
    especially for people with low internet output
    can be compiled in pdfs but i don't know if scroll bars would work on such format????

  4. a question... how do I make the particles appears according to the blend texture in Blender 2.53? Like in the disintegration tutorial

  5. Jonathan: As of this writing, I believe there's no way yet to do that in 2.5*, too bad I think. But let's just wait, probably it's now in development (with something better on the way). Another thing that's lacking in 2.5 is Particle Reactor support.


  6. Hey guys, don't cry that it is not there YET

    It's in development because some topics are being viewed from another angle (litterally translation of dutch expression).
    I mean that because of the API changes some parts of the program are still subject of change.

    honestly, I have no iea what API means or stands for but I read this information on :D
    Grtz Cedal

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