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Exploring Houdini's SOP Solver

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Just wanted to let everyone know that there is another new course on Pluralsight today. This time it's all about the solver SOP. Below is a bit of information. Hope you all enjoy!

Exploring Houdini's SOP Solver by Kolt Wilson

https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/houdini-exploring-sop-solver

Course Description

Houdini's SOP Solver is the industry standard procedural modeling tool. In this course, Exploring Houdini's SOP Solver, you'll learn how to create points, primitives, and vertices using vex. First, you'll explore some basic vector maths to allow you to have the knowledge and skills needed to create a wire growth solver. Next, you'll dive into using the Solver SOP and have the chance to learn several techniques via practical examples. Finally, you'll discover a setup that is built and has many applications. When you're finished with this course, you'll have developed several timeless, practical Houdini skills, and have the necessary knowledge to utilize those skills in practice. Software required: Houdini 16.

About the Author

Kolt Wilson is a designer and technical director freelancing in the northwest of the UK. Kolt began his career as a designer and 3D artist, where he focused on graphic and experiential design before making his way into commercials and film. Kolt has worked in the creative and motion/VFX industries for over 13 years and has been using Houdini, Cinema 4D, and Zbrush in recent years.

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11 minutes ago, konstantin magnus said:

This sounds really interesting! However some screenshots or a video showing scenes from the actual tutorial/projects would convince more people, I guess.

If you click the link to the course: https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/houdini-exploring-sop-solver there is a preview course trailer video that explains more. Hope that helps.

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