Have you ever wanted to learn how to make those slow-motion shots of chocolate pouring down? I’ve been running liquid sims with Phoenix since 2016, and in this all-new course, I’ll walk you step-by-step through the process of creating beautiful viscous liquid simulations that are sure to impress your followers, elevate your portfolio and catch the eye of freelance clients.
Enroll Now for Instant, Lifetime Access to the Yummy Liquid Simulation Course by RedefineFX
“Before knowing RedefineFX, I had never seen courses of this level. The lessons are always interesting and complete, easy to follow, and all project files are provided. Thanks Jesse for your work and the constant help you give to your students.”
— Filippo-Maria Rotatori, RedefineFX enrolled student
Learn a Variety of Liquid Simulation Techniques
Chocolate Simulation Example
Chocolate Simulation Example 2
Chocolate Simulation Example 3 with Folding
Bonus: Destruction & Liquid Burst with tyFlow
Honey with Coiling + Bubbles
Slow Motion Chocolate Splash
Multi-color Path Follow
Pouring Milk Over a Chocolate Bar
Mixing Liquids with Different Colors
Cereal Floating in Milk (feat. tyFlow PhysX Fluid)
Variable Viscosity & Materials: Assign 2 different materials to 2 emitters with different viscosities within 1 simulation
Cupcake Frosting (Highly Viscous Simulations)
Gradually Melting Chocolate Based on Distance to Other Object
Gradually Hardening (Cooling Down) Melted Chocolate with The New Particle Tuner
Bonus Project File: Liquid Mercury
By Enrolling in This Course You Will
- Walk away with complete confidence to set-up & run any liquid simulation you can imagine
- Expand your existing knowledge of Phoenix FD with viscous liquid sims
- Learn from a Chaos Group Certified Instructor
- Understand settings like viscosity, surface tension, non-newtonian, droplet breakup and more
- Learn how to mix liquids of various viscosities within one simulations & mix colors
- Apply different materials to 2 liquid sources within one simulations
- Understand the new Particle Tuner in Phoenix FD 4 to melt or harden liquids based on conditions
- Learn how to make the simulations look appetizing & beautiful, with appropriate lighting, camera angles, materials, compositing & more
- Create fun & popular effects such as multi-color Path Follow
- Combine tyFlow destruction FX with Phoenix FD for a cool white chocolate burst shot
- Use tyFlow’s new PhysX Fluid Operator to make cereal float in milk
- Add bubbles to your liquid simulations, such as realistic Honey
Become one of the few people who can do this type of work
Everyone always talks about “finding a niche” and specializing in one thing. Liquid simulations are the perfect way to do that. There are so many opportunities and very few people who can do this work. Just look around and you’ll start seeing them everywhere, especially commercials for:
Deluxe Ice Creams (Magnum etc.)
Snack Bars (Snickers, Mars, Milky Way…)
Desserts (Cake mix, cupcakes)
Coffee & creamer
Milk & yogurts
Cereals and vitamins
Creams & various cosmetics
Oils (cooking oil, motor oil, brake fluid…)
NOT JUST FOOD: Mercury, metals
Medical animations (Blood, saliva, toxins mixing into each other)
Industrial: e.g. filtration systems
And on and on and on…
“First of all, a big THANK YOU for all your courses released so far. They’ve been invaluable for me and a real eye-opener when it comes to VFX.”
– Marcin Gaudi, RedefineFX Enrolled Student
If you feel even a little bit inspired by these simulations, then it’s worth the investment
This is a unique skillset that not many people have. It has helped me elevate my work and captivate the attention of clients who might otherwise just pass me by. These simulations are sure to leave an impression, and at $247, it’s a minimal investment into a skillset that could easily pay for itself ten times over with your next client.
I highly recommend you take the Phoenix FD Beginner Liquid Course prior to taking this one since we won’t be covering Phoenix as a whole, but rather only focus on viscous simulations. In that sense, this course is more of an expansion-pack to your existing Phoenix knowledge.
There is a highly detailed strawberry & chocolate bar included with the course. The cake & waffles are from the CG Axis Food Collection and can be purchased individually for $9/piece. The project files in this course include a dummy object that you can replace with any (food or other) 3D model that you like.
Yes. All of the project files are included so you can just open the file and look at my settings if at any point you’re stuck. Or you can just straight up use them for commercial work. All good with me.
It’s highly recommended that you upgrade to version 4 before taking this course, as several of the lessons heavily rely on new features introduced in 4.0. However, you can still take majority of the course with version 3.14 (which is where variable viscosity was introduced).
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need a high-end PC to run FX simulations. A standard quad core machine with at least 16GB ram will be sufficient.
This is a completely self-paced online course. I’ve made the lessons bite-sized so you can make progress every day without feeling overwhelmed.
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like – across any and all devices you own.
Phoenix FD is available for both Maya and 3Ds Max. While this course is entirely 3Ds Max based, the general techniques and settings remain the same for both versions, and you can still follow in Maya.
3Ds Max (free trial available), Phoenix FD (free trial available) and Vray (free trial available).
Optionally, I recommend you get the Frischluft Depth of Field plug-in for After Effects to easily create beautiful shallow depth of field effects.
Yes! Upon completion of all lessons, you will automatically receive a unique Certificate of Completion.
Yes. You will automatically receive a receipt upon enrolling. If not, please email us through Teachable and we’ll send it to you.
Yes. Just download the Teachable app.
Yes and Yes.