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  1. Some Looping RND Animations

    I'm not working in a studio setting anymore, so I've been doing random little houdini experiments to challenge myself, and keep learning new techniques. It's been a lot of fun. https://www.instagram.com/rycofx/ Hey does anyone know a better way to present these than instagram, or have a suggestion for a good GIF converter for linux?
  2. Hello, Houdini student beginner here and I can't figure out the following problem: I have made this system that should allow vines to grow along the surface of a wall. I wanted that when the particle dies that it replicates itself and when that dies that it replicates again . But it only replicates once (Frame=121).When it dies it doesn't replicate again. I've been trying all day and I can't find a solution anywhere.. As far as I saw/read the POP replicate should constantly replicate(correct me if I am wrong) I've attached my test scene. Thanks! Replicate_Particles_01.hipnc
  3. Fire Flipbook Loop

    Hey, I was wondering if there is a better way to approach creating a looping flipbook fire? Peter Quint has a great tutorial on using time shift to create a loop but it looks like it's cross fading. Could something be done at the comp level, ie: rendering out 'x' number of frames, finding similar frames? Or is there something you can do with the volume data to make it look the same at a user defined frame. Thanks
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