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  1. Hello guys, how i can keep only rows after bool SOP. See image attach. Cheers!
  2. How to convert edges to geometry

    Hello, how can i get something like this effect. Any ideas? I tried this approach http://www.si-community.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=53&t=5734 but noe very satisfied with results i get.
  3. Hi I can successfully group unshared edges to get the boundary edges of a flat grid. However, how might I procedurally remove the very inside enclosed hole edges (such as the three holes in the attached image), and only have the very outside perimeter remain in the group? Any advice appreciated
  4. Torn Paper - Edge Detail

    Hey guys, I'm trying to add detail to some ripped paper mesh. This is the kind of detail i'm trying to achieve: I almost achieved it using this workflow: EDIT: THIS WORKFLOW DOESN'T WORK AT ALL (it sucks btw ) 1 - Give the paper (grid) a little thickness using a PolyExtrude 2 - Get the PolyExtrude's Side Group and apply a new PolyExtrude on it 3 - Get the new PolyExtrude's Front Group and add displacement on it (usign attribute vop) This would totally work if the paper kept it's thickness. Here's what I need: http://imgur.com/kbonbMT and here's what happens: http://imgur.com/grzS4FT I'd really apreciate if you guys have a better idea on how to proceed, even with a totally different workflow File is attached in case someone would like to have a look Thank you, Alvaro paper boards v1a.rar
  5. Hey guys, I'm ripping a mesh using the Granular Sheet method but i'm getting these popping holes around the ripped part. If I use a group + unshared edges i'm able to select all the holes + ripped part. Does anyone knows a way to select only the holes with an n amount of sides? Let's say, holes with less than 8 sides only I would really appreciate any other ideas on how to get rid of the holes. Thank's Alvaro granular sheet - ripping it - Skybar - cap holes.rar
  6. Hi, I am working on a project which involves flatenning the 3d geometry. In my case it is a 3d bird which I then flatten wit point SOP and give it value 0 in Z. then I want to extrude it to give the flat geometry thickness. (see the attached images). In order to get my shader (stained glass) to work correctly I have to get rid of the inner points/edges which are causing problems while rendering.I would like to leave the outlines only. Since the model was flattened, there are some intersecting points and edges. I have tried fuse and facet SOP but with no luck. Any suggestions?
  7. Pyro rendering

    Hi, My name is Jonas. I am fairly new to Houdini, but I definitely feel that I'm learning. However, now I have a problem. When I try to render a pryo simulation of mine, I get some pretty harsh edges. It's not for a specific project, it's generally. I've tried to change almost all of the parameters, but it doesn't work... And when it have been working better, I have gotten some insane render times. Any ideas for what to change? Again I am fairly new, so I do not know what to upload to you guys, what info do you need? for my tests I have just been using a sphere, which I've applied the billowy smoke to. I've decreased the division size to 0.05 and my render is set to 32x32 in pixel samples. My volume quality to 1, general shading quality to 10. What else to do? Cheers, Jonas Jørgensen
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