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Hi everyone (that's my first post in here) I'm trying to make a house made of bricks but I don't know how to manage the corners (my poooor brain is trying to figure it out since the beginning of the month) I succeed in creating a brick wall (by the way I'm not sure this is the most academic/efficient way to do it so if you have any suggestion it would be a pleasure - see Capture.png ) but not the corners. I don't want to "simply" use a copy node I need the shape to be procedural pleaaaase. BUILDESTRU.hipnc
Hartman- posted a topic in ModelingHey all! I'm pretty stuck in a rut trying to think my way through what I want to accomplish with a brick tool I've been working on. Currently I can feed in a box, tube, or an L-shaped box that I've modeled and I can get well stacked bricks around the perimeter. What I'm stuck on is then taking this and adding in holes for windows/doors/etc. Similar to what is seen here: https://letshoudini.wordpress.com/2016/06/19/031-procedural-modeling-for-destruction/ What I want to be able to do is copy a pre-fractured brick to the points, like the simple box I have now in the attached hip file, with rotations to help vary the layout a bit. Thus, should I boolean out holes from the mesh after generating bricks? Maybe taking into account where windows are (will be) and then not placing brick points there? (then I would have to have half bricks to copy). Not sure the booleans would behave as I want to be able to instance high detail geo to the pieces after simulation. The solution in the link looks to be a boolean as the simulation then only runs with simple bricks clustered to add some interest to their breakup (https://letshoudini.wordpress.com/2016/09/18/037-earthquake-building-collapse-rd-01/). I don't think I'm seeing this problem clearly right now and would really appreciate some nudges in a direction to help grease the logic wheels! Hartman- BuildingForDestruction.hiplc
Hi everyone, first post here. I'm starting to learn houdini and of course i need a lot of help since the documentation is quite poor...i hope you guys can give me some heads up. My problem is basically the old brickwall destruction problem. My goal is to destroy the wall having clusters of bricks, single bricks and brick shards. and of course i would like the clusters to break into smaller clusters or single brick on every subsequent impact and so on. So far i managed to create a glue network which i delete gradually using a sphere with points from volume node, and painted clusters which are not deletable, so they should behave like subsets of the main glue network (breaking accordingly to their strength). And here the odd behaviour happen...glue network bonds seems to reappear and stop the shards quite randomly. anybody has any idea? any help would be so much appreciated also, some tips on how to paint different vaues of glue strength or how to procedurally set the glue strength based on distance between pieces would be a plus. thanks so much in advance to anyone who replies this post you can find attached a flipbook showing in red the glue network bonds that reappear houdiniFlipbook.mov