The effect was set up by Late as usual for a 3D character project, currently WiP.
Developer and VFX/Technical Artist known as Late as usual, who recently demonstrated some amazing portal-like decals made with Geometry Nodes, continues the series of awe-inspiring Blender-made project with one more awesome piece.
This time, the creator showcased a simple yet remarkable fluid-in-a-bottle visual effect produced in Blender and animated using Animation Nodes. According to the artist, the effect was created to simulate the fuel tanks of a WiP 3D character project they have been working on for the past few days to practice modeling workflows.
Here are some more demos for the project in question shared by Late as usual:
Previously, Late as usual also showed a neat "fake boolean" shader, a Geometry Nodes-powered mesh disintegration effect, a cool-looking space-destroying portal, an impressive laser melting effect, an "uploading" effect, an incredible lighting VFX, and a stunning black hole effect made with shaders only. You can check out the artist's Gumroad page and Twitter page to learn more.
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