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Hey all, After following the billowy smoke tutorial I gave it a render but I'm having issues with the results. It doesn't look much like what I'm seeing in the viewport or what I've seen in other renders. It looks grainy, especially on the edges where it's less dense. I've attached a viewport screen grab, the render and .hip file. I'd really appreciate any help I can get with this one. billowysmoke_renderissue.hip
Hey everyone, I'm still kinda new to Houdini and right now I'm trying to get a similar effect like it is shown in this video https://vimeo.com/110820797. I used one of the animated characters in Houdini and put the 'Billowy Smoke' "onto" it. The effect works, but I still have some issues which I can't solve by myself. At around frame 45 the smoke man is not displayed completely anymore. The legs kind of disappear. To check this issues, I also took a sphere as the smoke emitter and I noticed that the sphere already was not fully displayed in frame 1. You'll see the issues on my screenshots. I have really no clue what's causing this and therefore I hope some of you can help me solving this. Thanks in advance, r4ZR smoke.hip
Hi guys, I'm copying spheres to a popnet, and have a BillowySmoke Material applied. In render, the particles seem to be swimming through a noise pattern, but, in fact, I would want the noise stuck to each of the particles. I tried adding a restPos to AANoise, with object space. Still no success.. Also, tried other spaces like camera, world - still no effect. Also, when I turn ON Do Noise of BillowySmoke, I get the same texture-swimming issue ( i.e Noise appears to be projected on top of my particles, when I need each particle to be textured by the noise ). Is there a way to get the texture attached to each particle/object? Any help would be greatly appreciated, 'cos I'm literally pulling out my hair as we speak .. Thanks, Arun