Concave Vines Sheetflow Scene
Here is an unusual and eye-catching waterfall shape falling from the standard concave stainless steel blade commonly used in architecture.
In this case, the waterflows take on the shape of vine tendrils which twist and turn and randomly intersect with each other during the waterflow.
This is the basic, medium height sheetflow with a foaming foot and it is not embedded in any structure. It can be used in a wide variety of built stone or metal structures and fountains. Its height can be adjusted so that it can be positioned fairly exactly onto a pool surface.
The waterfall renders relatively quickly and has the usual lifespan of 200 frames, although it will flow for as long as your animation requires.