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Daily Blender Tip 251: Fluid material in Eevee


Jan van den Hemel writes:

Continuing from yesterday's tip, this is a quick look at how to make a fluid material that looks nice in Eevee.

About Author

Jan van den Hemel

Hi, my name is Jan and I help companies by creating short videos for their websites and internal use, mostly as a freelancer for agencies. I post daily one-minute tutorials for Blender users and wrote the popular "Blender Secrets" e-books.


    • Hi Mike,

      I'm sorry to hear that my tips are useless to you. But they're only maximum one minute long, can you not just skip them, instead of calling for people to "stop me"?

      Best wishes,

  1. Hi Jan,

    I look forward to your videos everyday and learning something new! Keep them coming! Seriously, these are excellent tips and easy to digest. I would like to see all of these compiled into a print book that could be ordered.

    • Thanks KJ! Actually, I have good news - I do compile them into an e-book. It takes a bit longer, so for now it's 100 tips. But I'm working on an update soon to have it be 200. Eventually I want the book to be 365 tips - one for every day! It's already 335 pages now, so that will be a pretty massive PDF or collection of PDF's (I'll probably re-order them into logical sections at that point, for now it's pretty random). You can get it from Gumroad here: (it's a bit pricey but you'll eventually have the 365 tips, all included in the initial price).

  2. mike is amazing. but if is child its ok.. grow. but if have more its sad and show one generation think. little revolutioner:) "all stop minutes ttorials go i dont like "
    for you: sorry for my english but i learning blender every day and in all tutorials is one two think or methods witch i use or try. like moeling metods short videos style by style. ty for your work. if one help in all videos help me i am happy and like. i see this videos first and is really some news for me.
    btw work what you make on videos, recording and typing book is very very. time eater and brein cells eater:) sometime when i make graphic me wife eat me :) continue its very much begginers and blender need show methods in menu in interface m animation everywhere. who want be great in program show all videos many time and try too. its not automat program :) i hope yu understand little :) so ty men and i go to see book what you make. thats sounds good :)

  3. This is really useful. It's a hole in my knowledge of blender and thanks for making it brief, which I know is much harder to do than a long tutorial.

  4. Neo7 @Jan:

    Hey Jan,

    Your one minute tutorials are very informative and to the point which really helps me alot. I'm also able to find more applications by experimenting with the main focus of each of your tutorials and helps me to explore Blender even more. This allows me to retain more info. My attention wanders during long drawn out tutorials, which I do learn from but forget alot of what was learned if I don't apply it right away.
    I always look forward to your tutorials, even the longer ones. Sometimes the focus is about the same thing I've been learning already and takes what I know in a completely new direction and shows me how versatile Blender really is. I hope all this makes sense.
    Anyway, Thank You, for sharing your time and knowledge.

    • Wow, that's a very nice compliment! Yes, I must admit my attention span is also not long enough for most tutorials, and I will forget as well. I even forget my own tips and sometimes will search them to find an answer, haha. Anyway thanks!

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