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Keyboard model is NOT included (for legal reasons). After you open the scene, replace the placeholder box with your own 3D model. Includes Phoenix FD liquid simulation setup. Vray rendering setup, lighting setup & a placeholder box at the correct size (just import & replace with your own model) Be sure to watch the tutorial if you’re unfamiliar with Phoenix FD. Created in 3Ds Max 2016, Vray 3.6 & Phoenix FD 3.12 Compatible with: 3Ds Max 2016 and newer. Phoenix FD 3.0 and newer. Newer versions of Phoenix FD may produce slightly different results

This liquid effect & keyboard product rendering commercial was something I put together in under 48 hours for my client Satechi and their new aluminum keyboard for the Mac. The liquid simulation was set up in Phoenix FD for 3Ds Max, rendered with Vray, post in After Effects. This is the first in the series of Phoenix FD tutorials I will be posting over the next few weeks. If you like the content, please let me know, it means a lot and makes doing this rewarding.