It'd be great to see some kind of tutorial with tips how you made it.
How can you make planets? Is it hard
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Using industry standard vertex cache files in Alembic, LightWave MDD, or Autodesk Geometry Cache formats you can easily paint out errors on your dynamic simulations or even completely change the look of a character either with layered sculpting “clips” in the timeline or globally to affect every frame in your cache animation.
ChronoSculpt also allows you to export any frame from your sculpt or deformation directly to a LightWave Endomorph or OBJ object file (for blend shapes in Autodesk Maya). ChronoSculpt could potentially save you hours of work by allowing you to quickly make changes to the baked dynamic simulation cache files to address simulation jitter, soft body penetrations, or to remove stray simulation pieces and get the shot out the door.
Use tools like sculpt, drag, pinch and erase to deform and manipulate geometry over time
Edit individual geometry over time within a dynamics simulation cache, using tools like Transform, Pin, and Bulge to complete projects quickly
Enhanced Geometry Engine
Handle massive geometry files, 8 to 10 million polygon objects can be edited with ease.
Universal File Support
ChronoSculpt supports LWO, OBJ, LightWave MDD, Autodesk Geometry Cache, and Alembic for easy integration into all software pipelines
OBJ Blend Shape and Endomorph Export
Easily save any frame from the ChronoSculpt timeline as an OBJ for Maya Blend Shapes or as an Endomorph directly to LightWave object files to create facial morph targets and deformation effects
Quickly reposition and adjust the length of your ‘sculpts’ anywhere in the timeline to get the perfect effect on your cache animations or make global changes that apply to the whole animation