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  1. This tutorial goes over from start to finish the creation of a rudimentary fence asset that can easily be expanded upon. This is an introductory lecture on procedural modeling in Houdini I gave at Drexel University's SIGGRAPH chapter as a Junior Animation & FX major. Let me know if you have any questions, enjoy! Link To Demo File: drive.google.com/open?id=0B--RBrg9u--oWkNDU2ZUYnFpUjQ Link to Documented File: drive.google.com/open?id=0B--RBrg9u--odEhVYnluaFRGeGs
  2. Hi So I have some Vex code and I keep getting this warning: It says "implicit cast from float to int, use explicit cast instead". Now I know this warning message, but I dont understand why Im getting it here, since Im dealing with vectors...the code works and everything, but I keep getting that and I don't know how to get rid of it. Any hints? Thanks.
  3. [SOLVED]Matrix VEX syntax

    Hello, simple question: what's the proper syntax for matrices in VEX? Exemple: vector a = {0,0,1}; vector b = {0,1,0}; vector c = {1,0,0}; matrix3 X = {a, b, c}; I would imagined this would work, but it doesn't, nor does the expanded version ({{a.x, a.y, a.z}...), why is that? I have the impression I'm missing something basic, but anyway Thank you.
  4. Hi I'm actually trying to export a motion vectors pass with arnold for a pyro simulation baked into a VDB. I understand the concept behind the theory, which consist of getting pyro velocity matrix, camera inverted matrix, and multiplying them, but till now, I can't get to make it work. There's an example involving Mantra who work quite well : http://forums.odforce.net/topic/14831-motion-vector-for-volume/?hl=%2Bvolume+%2Bmotion+%2Bvector+%2Bpass The problem with this example is that the nodes used (GetBlurP) doesn't have their equivalent in the Arnold shader. I'm pretty sure I can do it with user data passed to the shader, but I can't figure it out. Does anyone here have ever achieved this? I would be very happy to hear about. Thanks Maxime
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