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  1. Hi all! Posting this challenge here means i've spent a lot of time searching for a solution at this problem, no succed. It's quite simple: You have a set of points, a randomly event occurs for each one of them and once that happens I want to set the frame of the incident into a point attribute. I think is simple but i've been stucked for a few days, hope you guys can find a solution and bright me one more time. Thanks! I attach an example (failed) file. setFrameIntoAtribute.hipnc
  2. Hi Everyone, To anyone interested in creating short films especially VFX, Escape Studios are actually holding a competition! You have 72 hours from the 28th to the 31st October for you and your team to create a VFX short film. All you have to do is build a team and sign up here. The Panel of judges includes Steve Begg (visual effects for Casino Royale and Spectre), representative from Deluxe's Rushes also known for their work on Spectre and industry experts from Escape Studios Anita Gribble and Andrew Brassington. These are great people to get your work in front of and a chance to show your skills!
  3. Every Houdnik loves boxes, right? Let's try and create pretty pictures along the lines of these beautiful renders from Lee Griggs: You can see many more at his web page. The idea might look quite trivial to the more seasoned users, but there is much room for twiddling in getting things to be visually pleasing. Or - create your own twist on this theme. For the beginner it should be a good lesson in Copy SOP or instancing. Attaching your hip files is encouraged, but not mandatory.
  4. Rolling FLIP Cube

    Hey Folks! There is a little challenge for you... We have a highly viscous flip cube that is falling onto a slope. The challenge is to make the cube roll down. Have fun, Cheers viscFLIProll_v001.hip
  5. We're hosting another challenge at the Orbolt asset store! The contest rules are EZ: Just use any asset from the Asset store as part of an original composition. Email your image to support@orbolt.com with a brief explanation of which asset you used. Just as with our previous challenge, we're offering an Apprentice HD subscriptions for the best entries! You can view the previous contest entries HERE.
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