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Tom J
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Location: Essex, England
Posted: 12th Sep 2007 19:58
In one of the Dark Physics videos (on the site), there is a scene with water in which the video displays something like buoyancy. I was wondering if you can create and control water on a large scale (e.g. making lakes, coasts etc.) using Dark Physics or whether water has to be 'imported' in another way.

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Posted: 14th Sep 2007 07:20
Buoyancy is really fake physics the water is generally a plane here is a function i created a while back to experiment with various Buoyancy parameters

Hope this helps


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