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  1. Hey! I'm Daniel, Long time fan of OdForce forums. Here's an open-world procedural environment I made in Houdini | Unreal! All of the tools and assets were created from scratch: https://www.daniel-mor.com Open to work offers, Thanks!
  2. Hi everyone, On Friday April 22nd Breda University of Applied Sciences will organize another edition of the Everything Procedural Conference. We have speakers confirmed from leading AAA game studios, including Epic Games, Playground Games, Remedy Games and Embark Studios to name a few. You can join the conference at our beautiful campus in Breda or join the event online from the comfort of your home or office. More details and tickets here: everythingprocedural.com CONFERENCE How proceduralism helps create Forza Horizon 5’s version of Mexico Speaker: Andrea Riccardi & Ole Greonbaek - Playground Games Building a City in the Matrix Awakens Experience Speaker: Rober Osborne - Epic Games Create and Fracture - Remedy's CONTROL: Foundation DLC Speaker: Johannes Richter - Remedy Games Generating Procedural Inventory Speaker: Mark R. Johnson Worldbuilding Pipeline at Twirlbound Speaker: Ilia Tonev - Twirlbound Procedural Music Generation in Robo Maestro! Speaker: Joost van Dongen Automated Physically-Based Animation Through Reinforcement Learning Speaker: Riley Miladi - Embark Studios Procedural Techniques in Solar Ash Speaker: Len White - Heart Machine MASTERCLASS SideFX Houdini and Unreal Engine 5 Speaker: Simon Verstraete - SideFX STUDENT SHOWCASE MusicXML workflow for Houdini Speaker: Marn Schokker - Breda University of Applied Sciences Houdini Slime Simulation in Unreal Engine Speaker: Jack Glavimans - Breda University of Applied Sciences Improving Procedural Workflows in Unreal Engine Speaker: Michael van den Berg - Breda University of Applied Sciences
  3. FFF: Subject 071

    Thrilled to show a teaser of my future Houdini tutorial. Key topics: - Proceduralism: geometry and animation - Pyro: explosion with love - Karma XPU: pain and joy *99.9% done with Karma XPU Release on gumroad soon.
  4. Hard Feelings

    I finished my digital XR installation Hard Feelings with hard surfaced bodies made possible with Houdini. Huge thanks to @konstantin magnus who gave me the knowledge, and tools to create what I had in mind. The interactive version is available at: https://artsensation.untold.garden/
  5. Houdinified Acrylic Paintings

    Hey peoples! I recently started a personal project with the main purpose to explore setups that I either couldn't do during real production, curiosity or pure fun. As a base and also source of inspiration I'm taking real acrylic artworks of a good friend of mine. The photographs of the real artworks are prepped in Photoshop to be able to extract certain textures which I then use in Houdini to create my setups with. The concrete room was built out of a couple of individual decals and assets from Quixel. The whole thing is then being rendered with Redshift, comped with Natron and finalized in Davinci Resolve. From time to time it's seriously fun to play around with setups without having somebody behind me telling me what to do creatively like in a professional environment. No pressure, just fun Here's the first couple of clips I created in this series. Hopefully it's as fun to watch for you as it was creating it for me! You can also check it out on Instagram, Behance or Vimeo. Feedback, questions or whatever appreciated! Volume 1: Volume 2: Volume 3: Cheers!
  6. Hey guys, I made a little interior scene for you to play around with. It's free . Enjoy https://gum.co/zlchF Wout
  7. Please be invited for another edition of the Everything Procedural Conference on Wednesday April 24th at Breda University of Applied Sciences. This year we have again an amazing lineup of speakers, including Yossef Benzeghadi (Ubisoft Paris), Anastasia Opara (Embark Studios), Marc Braun (Blue Byte), Thomas Altenburger (Flying Oak) and Simon Verstraete (eXiin). Besides we are introducing on Tuesday April 23rd the Everything Procedural Open Podium, open for everyone interested to show and share their own endeavors regarding procedural content for games. On Thursday April 25th and Friday April 26th we will host a two-day SideFX Houdini Masterclass which will let you explore Procedural Animation and the newly introduced Procedural Dependency Graphs (PDG). The Everything Procedural Conference previously took place in 2016 and 2018 and is gaining strong recognition as a leading conference in the field of procedural content for games. Please share, all invited! http://everythingprocedural.com/ https://twitter.com/everythingproc https://www.facebook.com/everythingprocedural
  8. Some recent work

    Hi, Just posting some of my recent art. Most of it is houdini. Some is a mix of Houdini, Daz and Marvelous Designer. If you see a character, that's definitely from Daz. Everything is rendered in Octane. regards Rohan
  9. Hi everyone, After a successful first edition in 2016, the Everything Procedural Conference on procedural content generation for games will return in 2018. We have speakers confirmed from leading AAA game studios, which will be revealed shortly. The conference is not all Houdini related but might be of interest to all. Location is Breda, the Netherlands, Europe. http://everythingprocedural.com/ https://www.facebook.com/everythingprocedural https://twitter.com/everythingproc
  10. Good Od folks Hi. I have a bunch (70) of photogrametry scans I need to bring in to animate in Houdini. They are sequentially named 01.fbx - 70.fbx.. Is there a "goto" way to import a sequence of fbx files and preserve materials? I am getting in the geometry with file node and $2F but the materials don't make it thou. Cheers
  11. soap sim texture

    Hello! stuck a little, need help! reference https://www.shutterstock.com/en/video/clip-9239504-stock-footage-soap-texture.html?src=rel/9239561:1/3p I did a lot of tests with pyro and flip sims and came to almost what i want. biggest problem with pure fluid simulations - mixing of colors, resulting dirty one color, i abandoned this method. solution was to make particle advection while fluid simulations and it was good, but not enough detail. 1. to add details i have included 'add' and resample lines every frame, after 400-500 frame sim time makes me sad.. 2. there are still "black holes" (img) 3. points gives dirty render anyway. soap_effect_v01.hip soap_effect_v01.hip
  12. Hey guys We have some exciting, unusual and creative projects ahead and are looking to strengthen our team full-time and freelance in our east London studio and remote. Get in touch! www.field.io/jobs + apply@field.io
  13. Art Directing RBD in Post

    Hello, I've come across this awesome video and paper. So I decided to try to implement it into Houdini as it seems very efficient way to do RBDs. I think that I almost have it, but I am encountering strange problem with Transform Pieces node. I have managed to "upres" it once but when I use the same workflow to add another layer it behaves very strange. Please could you have a look on my file and check it? (also if you notice something inefficient in my implementation please suggest better solution ) Thanks, Juraj project.hipnc
  14. Hey everyone, I've been playing around with VOP networks with a little bit of VEX here and there and I wanted to give myself a challenge (not that it isn't already a huge challenge) while I learn these new techniques. I'd like to eventually create something that grows and animates into something like this image. I know there are potentially a lot of steps involved in creating an effect like this, so any guidance would help a lot. I'll be posting my hips along the way. I don't have a lot of experience with generative art, but I think the best way to begin would be to create a similar image with only texture so I can wrap my head around some of these noise concepts. Here are some of my initial thoughts on the process: I like the overall smokey/wispy movement to the piece mixed with the finer more viscous noises scattered throughout. I'm thinking maybe a particle driven growth will work? Like the particles will create the wispy flow as splines grow and follow. A finer noise will be layered on to get the sticky feeling I also like the depth to the piece, it looks like an alien mountain range. Maybe it would be nice to influence the growth with a painted attribute? A spline thickness or spline spacing falloff in the y direction would be nice too so i can get those peaks and valleys. Maybe the peaks and valleys can be created with a noise that forms in the negative space and the growth happens outside of that. Having a color ramp on the y axis would allow me to color the points based on their heights That's it for now. I'll try to post some starting hips as soon as possible.
  15. hey guys, here's some fun art work that ive made in the node editor of houdini. Yes, in the node editor. No photoshop. Im calling it NodeZArt.. cuz its simply art with nodes.. and it has my initials too (ZA).. Lemme know wat you think...
  16. Hi everyone I wish i could say im a power user in Houdini and i feel confortable, sadly it's far away since im mostly into art director/concept design , matte painting and lighting but for an art project i would like to implement the work of the amazing architect michael hansmeyer into Houdini. Im refering to this document and maths, especially the "bezier curve weighting 2" method and the "interpolated weighting". It's a great challenge and any help from a houdini gentleman will be greatly appreciated i must say... Thanks you so much for those who will mind to help vincent* ________________________________________________________________ Vincent Thomas Author / Creative Art Director & VFX supervisor / MattePainter & Concept Designer http://fr.linkedin.com/in/vincentthomas http://www.stranger-than-paradise.book.fr/
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