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LucaScheller posted a topic in Finished WorkHi, thought I'd share this in this section too: I wrote an article for the german “Digital Production” magazine about my free LYNX VFX toolset. For the article I made a couple of renderings using the LYNX fabric tools. Luckily it even made the cover Here are my personal favorites, the rest of the images can be found on Artstation. You can also find the complete scene on GitHub under the Demo Files. So now anyone can design an ugly Christmas Sweater;) Looking forward to seeing what you guys come up with, enjoy! Links: LYNX VFX Toolset Odforce Thread: https://forums.odforce.net/topic/42741-lynx-free-opensource-vfx-pipeline-tools/ LYNX VFX Toolset (Sweater Scene File included): https://github.com/LucaScheller/VFX-LYNX Artstation (HighRes Renderings): https://www.artstation.com/artwork/OyeY6g Digital Production Magazin: https://www.digitalproduction.com/ausgabe/digital-production-01-2020/ Alternatively view the article in my latest blog post: https://www.lucascheller.de/vfx/2019/12/15/ynybp7wpiqtshoy/
Hey community, Just wanted to say thanks everyone here for the support on each doubt I had, specially @f1480187 wich helped a lot on some of my posts. Here are some process videos I made during my first couple of months discovering this amazing software, its basic stuff, but im happy im starting to understand the software. Also thanks to entagma, rohan dalvi, ben watts, simon fiedler. Cheers!
Turkish Houdini artist Alican Görgeç is producing amazing knitting work - using SideFX Houdini! If you'd like to find out more about his technique, you can read our new Gridmarkets artist profile: http://www.gridmarkets.com/alican-gorgec.html
Hi! Peek into the world of CGI food & learn why proceduralism gets you closer to photo-realistic food. For non-Houdini minded people (from producers to directors and mom's ;-) I've created a breakdown of how proceduralism works in its simplest form. Obviously Houdini is by leaps and bounds the best solution to put this into practice. Everything is created in Houdini, rendered with Mantra and some minor color correction is applied in Nuke. So when on your next family gathering your old aunt ask: 'again, tell me what is it that you do?'. You'll just show her this clip and you're done ;-).