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vinyvince posted a topic in General Houdini QuestionsHola I designed a procedural method to building thousand of hard surface modelling piece, scifi look like those below and could fit together like a puzzle. Okay, that's cool and working. In the old time, i remember when using max for example i was able to use "reference" (not instance) where all downstream nodes were shared but the referenced piece B from model A could also have an additional node on top. Like for example deformation, creep and so.. I realize im missing how to do this in houdini and if it's possible. I design my pattern in a flat plane, then i will wrap it using Creep or VEX by UV. but only this part will be different. Hopefully my words are clear enough, are they ? Cheers ________________________________________________________________ Vincent Thomas (VFX and Art since 1998) Senior Env and Lighting artist & Houdini & Creative Concepts http://fr.linkedin.com/in/vincentthomas
Hey magicians, sharing some procedural concepts, all the first setup comes from a decahedron, you change that shape and get another character completely different, the second one is more focus on get a proper functionality, still messing with the shape language
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