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Render Glass

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The only settings that I've changed in the emitter were the Resolution (1 to 100), Int (internal) Pressure (1 to 0.1) e a Viscosity (5 to 2).

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Now that we have the emitter we are going to create gravity. Without her, nothing makes sense. To do that we go to Daemons and we click on Gravity.

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To facilitate the calculation, I created a daemon called ~Volume. He kills all the particles that go out of his box.

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