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Hi everyone, my first post, newbie to houdini but diving in! ive been trying to find the best way to achieve the classic mars bar chocolate caramel bar being pulled apart in close up detail, where the caramel slowly tears apart with strands becoming longer and thinner as it gets pulled. kind of like the classic bubble gum on the shoe type thing. FEM ive tried fem, but couldnt get it to become strandy enough and then completely tear apart. love to know if i continue to explore fem that it would be possible to make this effect. GRAIN SOLVER?? perhaps the grain solver with some noise determing the glue strength so natural tears become apparent in the grain block as they get pulled apart? FLIP: VISCOUS FLIP viscous sim perhaps might work? anyone experienced think this could be the way to do it? im hitting lots of newbie dead ends, so any help on which avenue will actually get me the desired effect, id be much appreciative. J
i have a problem with the splash that comes from collision object into the flip fluid ,i created a flat tank and i imported a strawberry obj and make it to Hero RBD with volume collision , bu tas you see the splash is too weak and the feedback of the fluid jumping after the collision is too high, and i got tired trying to solve it to look realistic particle separation : 0.045 = almost 10 mil density of the fluid : 1100 collision feedback scale : 0 collision force scale : 1 viscosity of fluid: 35 surface extrapolation: 0.001 velocity transfer: swirly kernal surface tension: 10 vorticity : on preservation rate: 0.1 use friction and bounce in solver is off Dop SUbsteps : 2 falling strawberries density : 100 solver type = RBD Houdini version : 16.0.621 hip file included + obj strawberry will be thankful if anyone helped me reference splashes: in this video the reference for the jumping fluid after the collision in the youtube video ate the 0:17 just a simple splash close to crown splash Chocolate_sim.rar
ParticleSkull posted a topic in EffectsGuys, any tip on how to get rid of those stripes and the tiny bumps? The simulation is pretty high res. Particle Separation is at 0.01 and i'm simulating it with 5 substeps. I think, for the stripes, it could get better with more substeps but it's already taking forever to simulate so i'd like to check if you guys could recommend me some cool approach. Here's an image and a video showing the sim. Thx
Hi guys, I am relatively new to Houdini and would just like to know if there is a way to fill a mesh with a flip fluid. Now I don't mean a glass (open mesh) I am talking about a closed mesh (block of chocolate) I am wanting to have a source emit the liquid and then "fill" the chocolate square. In Realflow one can Invert Collision Normals to send the fluid through the top of the mesh and then fills up from the bottom. Is there a way to achieve this? I appreciate any help/suggestions!!