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VFX Grace

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  1. This‘s an breakdown of Pompeii we made. Hope you like it ~ Software: Houdini17.5 , Fusion Details : Memory: 64GB Processor: AMD Ryzen 1950X Graphics: GeForce GTX 1070Ti Simulation : 10H Space disk : 500G Render:Mantra Render time: 1920*1080 (40H) I recommend to use Linux for heavy simulation, because Linux has a better ram usage than windows.
  2. Hi all! This is the dynamic cloud I created with time-lapse effect in Houdini 17.5. This project is mainly created by Houdini and Fusion. this is a case of cloud effect breakdown, and the the related tutorial will be released soon by early February. I hope that this tutorial will help you. Have a wonderful holiday season and happy New Year! Software: Houdini17.5 , Fusion Details : Memory: 64GB Processor: AMD Ryzen 1950X Graphics: GeForce GTX 1070Ti Simulation : 20H Space disk : 500G Render:Mantra I recommend to use Linux for heavy simulation, because Linux has a better ram usage than windows.
  3. Hi guys, this is a case of waterfall effect breakdown. Hope you like it ~ https://vimeo.com/vfxgrace
  4. Create Realistic Clouds in Houdini - VFX BREAKDOWN

    Thank you for your reply. I’d like to share my design ideas with you. First, I created a volume source and let it keep emitting smoke, and I controlled it’s dissipation and noise. Then, I created a vop in Gas Microsolver to control its falloff. These are the main ideas. The related tutorial is being recorded and will be released soon. I hope you’ll like it.
  5. Hi all! This is the dynamic cloud I created with time-lapse effect in Houdini 17.5. I tried many ways and added several types of Gas Microsolvers, especially during the process of the dissipation and creation of the could. Because this is a difficult problem that must be solved in order to complete simulation, I added more Gas Microsolvers to control the shape of the cloud and adjusted its ambient temperature and buoyancy forces. Eventually the problem is solved. You’re welcome to make comments and discuss the related skills. https://vimeo.com/376645761 My PC specs: Memory: 64GB Processor: AMD Ryzen 1950X Graphics: GeForce GTX 1070Ti Simulation: 20H Space disk: 500G Render:Mantra I recommend using Linux for massive simulation because Linux requires less ram usage than Windows.
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