One more outstanding work from Hirokazu Yokohara.
Hirokazu Yokohara, a renowned 3D Artist and Generalist whose incredible simulations and visual effects made using various 3D software you all know and love, has recently unveiled a new delicious-looking project.
This time, Hirokazu presented a stunning simulation of someone roughly loosening cold rice with a spoon. According to the author, the project was created using Maxon's Cinema 4D and rendered with Redshift. Additionally, the creator seems to have utilized X-Particles, INSYDIUM's advanced particle and VFX system for C4D that enables complete control over particle simulations in the software.
And here are some of Hirokazu's most recent projects:
Previously, the artist also demonstrated a stunning 2D-looking 3D animation inspired by 90s anime aesthetics, a real-time fur simulation made in UE5, a cool deepfake face made with Maya and DeepFace Live, a beautiful real-time red and blue fire and smoke FX, and a couple of neat smoke FX made in UE5 and Niagara, showed how to simulate clothes in Blender with mocap data, how to set up a realistic face with Maya and Ziva Face Trainer, and how to utilize Apple's RoomPlan for 3D environment modeling, experimented with soft body simulations in Cinema 4D, and turned a 2D image into a 3D mesh with Blender. You can check out all of these projects and more by visiting Hirokazu's Twitter page.