This is personal project for Academy of Art University Spring Show 2012. I almost all spent time to find an appropriate value to stabilize particles having super high viscosity value like 1k to 4k. RF grid based particle system is more faster than the std particle, but the grid system cannot generate particles having UV value, such as waved chocolate in this shot.
I set up camera and cake geometry for camera projection in Maya, and then I exported them to Nuke as .obj. Camera projection in Nuke is really useful to adjust the surface colors in real time and flexibly.
My friend, Shi-Kuang Lee newly composed a great BGM for this shot. Thank you.

[Special Thanks]
Amin Eftekhar (RealFlow Script)
Jairo de la Vega (Help Nuke Composition)
Toshihiro Nakamura (Help Color Correction)
Shi-Kuang Lee (Music & Sound Effects)

[Reference]
Cream layers Realflow viscosity (vimeo.com/10069591)
chocolate layers RealFlow high viscosity test (vimeo.9746636)
By Yuval(pixelpro)

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