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How exactly do you do the workflow for Flowmaps. I know there's the comb and obstacle nodes in the gameshelf, but if you wanted to copy a fluid simulation, would it be as simple as doing:0. Timeshift/freezeframe your fluid mesh1. Attribute transfer the velocity onto your flat river plane from your sculpted fluid sim. 2. Then with a wrangle, normalize the velocity attribute, then add the X/z values to the UVs? ie @uv += @velocity;I know people blend the uvs back and forth - one with rest one with the distorted UVs but not sure how to do that - I mean I know how to add the layer node to create a uv2, uv3 etc, but as far as importing into unreal, the extra uv sets created in Houdini don't translate over on my meshes only showing one UV set. For Vorticity/foam - I'm assuming you just make a vertex colored mask then blend/lerp to your content?
Hello, first post on this forum. Can someone give me some guidance on hooking up the new flowmap tool. I want to test it with a pyro effect. Hooking them up at the object level does not work. Bit of a nube here.
Hello! I'd like to share with you an interview with two FX artists from Naughty Dog who worked on Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. In it, Neilan Naicker and Ray Popka talk about using Houdini for doing destruction, rigid body fracturing, ingame dynamic rivers/flowmap generation and spawning thousands of running chickens! See full interview here: http://www.sidefx.com/stories/fx-adventures-in-uncharted-4-a-thiefs-end/