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About dyei nightmare

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  1. Wip: Neurons :)

    another render of neurons
  2. VOPSOP AND IMPORT ATTRIBUTE

    you are very wrong, noises are keeping alive vops, a lot of people, including me preffer noises on vops, not to mention that shaders will keep vops on the horizon
  3. Venom!

    lets see what he comes with!! ill start doing some tests...
  4. Venom!

    whassap, i just saw venom movie, i liked it, and as fan i always been, i will be doin' effects of this movie in this topic just for fun and because i was a fanatic who knows and maybe i could be hired by DNEG? hahahahaha stay tunned... pd. DONT give likes to this post, i like having a low profile if you give likes to this posts, i will do a big rant about how slow mantra is to make Jeff Wagner angry and get low rating again
  5. Moana water effects [help please]

    the core of that is not really a fluid, is just the the shaders, but with some little fluid in the tip, and in other cases the directions of a rigged blobby surface are added to some of the fluid tips
  6. Wip: Neurons :)

    ahhh... this forum desaturates images...
  7. Wip: Neurons :)

    Improvements
  8. incident ray in sops?

    yes done
  9. incident ray in sops?

    how do you get the incident ray in sops? i mean, if you want the vector but in sops, is the camera position substracted to your objetive?
  10. CHOPs, VEX and the future of chops in Houdini

    great topic, and i think we should keep wondering a way for this, cause could be useful
  11. deleting item from array in the same iteration?

    aaaaaahhhh solveeed!!! now i understand why, when removevalue is executed, the array updates inmediatelly, and the next iteration, jumps any elements. but it is logic if i think about it...
  12. deleting item from array in the same iteration?

    i[]@miarray = {33,16,21,88,90}; i@length = len(@miarray); for(int h=0; h<@length; h++){ i@remover = @miarray[h]; removevalue(@miarray,@remover); } ahhhh now i found the real question... why this doesnt remove everything in array? it just leaves 2 items, is not removing everything but.. whhhhhhyyyy!!! it doesn make senseeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!
  13. deleting item from array in the same iteration?

    ah the only thing that works is in for() and with removevalue... think it is because foreach cant update the array lenght per iteration??? this works: int myarray[] = {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13}; int myarrlen = len(myarray); for(int i=0; i<myarrlen;i++){ if(i%2==0){ removevalue(myarray,i); } } but should be a way to delete an item inside the same foreach somehow, but how?
  14. just wanna know how can be deleted an item from an array in the same iteration, this doesnt work. int miarray[] = {1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10}; foreach(int i; miarray) { if(somecondition == 0){ pop(miarray,i); } } since aparently you cant reference the array itself from inside... how do you delete an index in the same iteration?
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