Fight Covid

A wink to one of my favorite movies: “Fight Club” :clapper:
Everything was done procedurally, no particles, textures or human fat were used for the soap.
The soap foam was made with “Real Foam Shader”


If you are interested in testing the material, it is available in:

My ins id: sergi_dis

Thanks for watching. I await your opinions.

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I love it :slight_smile:

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Thank you Bart!

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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Hey that’s great thanks!

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Very clever! Its impact would have been much weightier a year ago, but it is still very cool for sure. Bravo.

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Thanks Norka :+1:

You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

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Natural and perfect . :star_struck:

Thanks!! :metal:

Nice joke and execution :laughing:

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What’s the first rule of Fight Covid?

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Well done and very realistic!

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Follow the anti-covid measures, for sure! :sunglasses:

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Love this really great work can i maybe post this on my Instagram Account @worldofblender_com

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Of course, feel free to share

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With enough soap you can blow up just about everything.

Nice work, although the shader-based foam doesn’t quite hold up, viewed up close. As in it looks great but the harsh edges give it away clearly when viewed in original resolution.

So some particles or human sweat (not fat) could have carried it the last few meters, but still pretty good. If I understand correctly, the metal is procedural too, that’s rather impressive on it’s own.

greetings, Kologe

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The soap procedural texture is lovely! It’s also a great ad for “Real Foam Shader”, make be really want to get it

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Is it Real Foam Shader working cool with Eevee too? If i can ask here?

For now it is all that the blender allows. The use of particles, as you suggest, is interesting although I have my doubts…Thank you for your comment! :+1::slightly_smiling_face: