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  • Kyle Szostek

In this tutorial, we cover a method of simulating rope, knots, and interlinked objects that can be twisted and stretched. This method can be used for all sorts of effects, and is very simple to accomplish in 3ds Max and TyFlow. I'm sure many of you have seen really cool knot animations that artists are making with Cinema 4D or Houdini, so this tutorial shows you how easy and simple it is to set up a similar simulation in TyFlow.

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  • Kyle Szostek

In this tutorial, we explore a two different simple cloth and paper simulation setups using 3ds Max and TyFlow. In the first setup, I create a simple plane, assign a cloth bind operator, particle physics, and bind the particles together. By tweaking a few settings, the cloth object becomes more rigid like paper. In the second example, we birth a series of cloth strips and push an animated sphere through them. There are infinite possibilities of cool things you can do with cloth sims, so be sure to check this tut out!

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  • Kyle Szostek

In this tutorial, we use 3ds Max and TyFlow to simulate hundreds of rubber circle particles packing together at a single point. First we scatter hundreds of circle shapes on a plane, add a cloth bind operator, and particle physics. The important step is the position limiter, which stops the circles from intersecting, and keeps them bound to the ground plane. The circles generate some pretty interesting amoeba-like patterns, and it's a pretty satisfying effect!

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