Super Spray


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Super Spray

As non-event driven particle systems in 3ds Max go, the SuperSpray offers probably the most versatile set of tools and potential effects for your scenes. Smoke, sparks, fluid effects, they can all be easily set up using what many think of as Max's Swiss Army knife for special effects, the good old SuperSpray. Let's take a look at how it works. I'll drop a SuperSpray in the middle of my view then rotate and reposition for a better look. Now to get a better visual, we'll change the Viewport Display from 10% to 100%.

The emission on the SuperSpray starts at the middle of the particle icon and travels in the direction of the arrow. Although the particles emit from a single point in space, their spray can be adjusted using the Off Axis and Off Plane values near the top of the settings under Particle Formation. I might change the Off Axis Spread to 20 and the Off Plane Spread to 50. If we now orbit the view, we'll see the difference that's made as far as particle dispers...

Super Spray
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Super Spray provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Steve Nelle as part of the Particle Effects in 3ds Max

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3D + Animation
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3ds Max
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