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  1. using the mocapbiped3 presets in this example... and foot locking/terrain adaptation works but tried to do it manually by selection the left/right leg joints and then creating the chop network ... gives me this ankle and toe offsets are not being set properly.. which brings me to the obvious question in the mocapbiped3 ( or 2 or 1) preset.. why is the left offset different from the right ? what is the workflow to get foot locking to work if you have a custom character ?
  2. random flipped normals

    this did the trick ! thanks !!
  3. Trying to learn more complicated VEX .. this is an example.. and the color here is Cd= {1,0,.2} as you can see below, I did a @Cd.b==0.2 and made a group .**this works ** but the question is .. how do i do something more complicated. i want to create a group with this (@Cd.r==1) && (@Cd.g==0) && (@Cd.b==0.2) but see the error, when i try >> (@Cd.r==1) && (@Cd.g==0) && (@Cd.b==0.2) ps: this is only an example. i want to do a little but more complicated VEX without a wrangle or without multiple nodes.. thanks in advance
  4. random flipped normals

    got an architectural model from another software into houdini... on closer look some normals are flipped and wanted tosee if you have a way to fix this. made a demo scene to best show the problem. thanks in advance fixNormalScene.hipnc
  5. Hi there when i am editing the delete or group node using the bounding volume tab( using bouding cube), i have noticed that at times, i cant get houdini to display the cube . Am i doing anything wrong ? and how do i fix it ? thanks in advance
  6. point sop, $RESTX, $RESTY,$RESTZ trick ?

    i did not create a rest position. can i ask, what does this 'trick' do ? what is the idea of scaling the object and scaling it back down ?
  7. At the end of Bullet Master class, jeff mentions the "age old trick" of using $RESTX, $RESTY, $RESTZ on a point sop. i did a test with a box > xform (scaled big) -> mountain SOP -> point ( with $restx. $resty, $restz) ( similar to the bullet masterclass ) in the master class presentation, after the point sop, the box seem to back to the original dimention.. in my test.. it has collapsed to one point. what am i missing here ? thanks in advance
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