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  1. Caramel Goo Tear Apart

    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
  2. Torn Paper - Edge Detail

    Hey guys, I'm trying to add detail to some ripped paper mesh. This is the kind of detail i'm trying to achieve: I almost achieved it using this workflow: EDIT: THIS WORKFLOW DOESN'T WORK AT ALL (it sucks btw ) 1 - Give the paper (grid) a little thickness using a PolyExtrude 2 - Get the PolyExtrude's Side Group and apply a new PolyExtrude on it 3 - Get the new PolyExtrude's Front Group and add displacement on it (usign attribute vop) This would totally work if the paper kept it's thickness. Here's what I need: http://imgur.com/kbonbMT and here's what happens: http://imgur.com/grzS4FT I'd really apreciate if you guys have a better idea on how to proceed, even with a totally different workflow File is attached in case someone would like to have a look Thank you, Alvaro paper boards v1a.rar
  3. Granular Sheet - Can't Rip the Mesh

    Does anyone know's how to solve it? It must be simple but I just can't find a solution anywhere :/ Grains in Dop: Mesh in Sop: Thx again, Alvaro
  4. Granular Sheet - Can't Rip the Mesh

    Does anyone know's how to solve it? It must be simple but I just can't find a solution anywhere :/ Grains in Dop: Mesh in Sop: Thx again, Alvaro granular sheet - ripping it.rar
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