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Craig Zuckerman, January 21 in Fluids
Hi, I apologize, but I had seen either on this site, or perhaps YouTube, Mike did a nice tutorial on mixing fluids, as in, if one fluid is red, the other yellow, the result is an "orange" color . Can someone please help me with this,? thank you, Craig
what type of fluids liquid or smoke?
Hello Mike, perhaps, a fluid such as juice-although, once I get the hang of the process, I'm sure that I can deviate a bit. thank you
To mix particle colours in a liquid simulation you would need to use the PDB solver and set the blend to 100%
Thank you Mike, Best, Craig
Thanks again Mike, do I go this way to say, mix a blue fluid with a red fluid,? thank you again
sorry to seem so dense, but I am looking in the XP tags list, and I do not see the "fluid collider tag" ;(
The fluid collider tag is no longer required, use an ordinary collider tag instead.
Thanks Steve, you saved me some time ;))
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