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  1. Hi, I'm looking for a Houdini Shading/Lighting artist, to share a project with photo-realistic skills needed. This is NOT a volunteer job, it's a paid work and you will be asked to estimate the budget cost. I'm available to tell you more, and to send you some elements to help you to find out more about the project. I have a rough storyboard and an example of film which will be the model of the 3d work. I work as graphic designer and I usually do some simple 2d-3d broadcast motion design for France. You can find some examples of my work here vimeo.com/69952906 Thanks in advance ! Mathieu
  2. Procedural Potato Chips

    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 ;-).
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