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The first way is to create a fluid simulation that will act as the animation's motion. This will give you a realistic effect, but it might not work well if you want to animate the object itself. The second way is to apply the effect on objects after they are animated separately. This will give you more control over your animations, but it won't look as good as with fluid simulations.

Blender produces great-looking effects whether you require a collapsing building, rain, fire, smoke, fluid, fabric, or full-on destruction. Water and fluid simulations that are realistic.

The purpose of fluid animation in Blender is to create a realistic effect of water, fire, and other liquids. Fluid animation can be used in a variety of ways. It can be used to animate liquids such as water or lava, it can also be used to animate the surface of an object like a car or building.

One of the most important features of Blender's fluid animation tool is its ability to create fire, smoke, and water. It can also be used to create a variety of other liquids like milk, lava, and honey.

Fluid animation is a technique that is used in computer graphics to simulate the natural phenomena of liquids, gases, and plasmas. The technique is mainly used for simulations in films and video games. The fluid animation can be created with the help of Blender.

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