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I want to simulate an object covered in a goo or mucous-like fluid. The fluid would need to stick to the surface of the object, but still be possible for some of it to break off on collision or slowly drip down from gravity.I'm not sure how best to achieve this. I was considering doing it in POPs and meshing the result, but I would like to have the detail that a FLIP sim would give. I'm also not sure how to get the particles to strongly stick to the surface while still having the possibility of breaking dynamically. Any ideas of where I could start?
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