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  1. Hi, Since almost 2 years, i 'm making some looping GIF using mostly Houdini and octane under the Spyrogif alias. Most of this works are made during various productions to test some Houdini features or while waiting during simulation time. :-) Now i've got a number of those, I thought it might interest you. These tests cover a number of differents technicals approaches and workflows from simple keyframe animation and modelling to fully procedural stuffs. The only thing in common in all these tests is that almost all are using modulo expressions with time blending to get perfects cycles. All these GIF are using a houdini>octanerender via alembic export. The main reason to that is only the fact i like to tweak my render at home and to not overload various postproduction compagnies renderfarm with silly and weird tests. :-) If you want to keep track on this "project" feel free to subscribe to my tumblr. http://spyrogif.tumblr.com/ Edit : You can now follow this on Facebook too. https://www.facebook.com/spyrogif/ Hope you like it. Ps : i'm feeling always guilty to not participate in this forums more. It's a real gold mine and a awsome community (odforce and sidefx forum). Thanks you to everybody, you are awsome. I know that i can always count on you when i struggle with a problem. Thanks for that. Some of them.. More at Spyrogif