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    Robert Hintz
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  1. Houdini 19 Wishlist

    Any videos that show you can?
  2. Houdini 19 Wishlist

    Last I checked, you can only edit the guides.
  3. Houdini 19 Wishlist

    The option to groom or sculpt the actual hair and fur.
  4. Point normals and displacement

    How can I get my grid to displace only upwards? I'm asking because of this paper in section 3. Procedural_Mosaic_Arrangement.pdf
  5. Is it possible to use point normals for displacement shading? I'd like my grid to displace in the same direction as the normals are in this video. Houdini Tutorial #7 (Point Normal) - YouTube
  6. texture-synthesis-houdini

    Can you do some videos of the plugin in action?
  7. texture-synthesis-houdini

    These papers talk about texture synthesis. Can you do with this plug-in what the papers describe? Example Based Texture Synthesis.pdf Versatile_Skin_Material.pdf
  8. Dual mesh to Voronoi mesh

    I already got my answer which is that I can't change a dual mesh to the Voronoi mesh I had in mind, so thank you.
  9. Dual mesh to Voronoi mesh

    I'm just asking for help to develop ideas that I can share with others.
  10. Dual mesh to Voronoi mesh

    If you could work out an equivalent for this paper in Houdini, that would be great! I've been trying to for a while now. RepTile.pdf
  11. Dual mesh to Voronoi mesh

    Not what I had in mind.
  12. Dual mesh to Voronoi mesh

    I need a workflow to create real scales like the ones in this video. They are done with a proprietary tool called RepTile. 08_RepTile_Scale_Test_01_InitialTest.mp4
  13. Dual mesh to Voronoi mesh

    I don't have a lizard model but I do have a dragon model.
  14. Dual mesh to Voronoi mesh

    If those could be applied to a lizard mesh, that would be great!
  15. Dual mesh to Voronoi mesh

    I don't want it to be a fracture, I want it to be a single mesh just like what's in the video I posted. I want a Voronoi pattern to generate scales like the smaller ones in this photo.