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Werewolf fur render test

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Here's a render test that i did for a project that I was working on Houdini.

This forum helped me to solve a lot of problems on this project.

It's not the final thing yet.

I hope you like it.

http://www.vimeo.com/26751514

I used the standard fur tool and mantra to render.

Turn the loop on for better visualization.

Edited by Mzigaib

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Thanks for the feedback.

I'll place the final shots soon as I have them.

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The fur looks really good, how long did it take to render the scene? Did you also model the wolf in Houdini?

- Jonas

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The fur looks really good, how long did it take to render the scene? Did you also model the wolf in Houdini?

- Jonas

Sorry about lacking this information, it was modeled, rigged and animated on Maya and fur and rendering in Houdini.

The character in Houdini was a digital asset and it was procedurally updated everytime I got a new animation and even when I got to change it's topology at some level. I just had to place on a scene once and still could keep on working on the fur without worrying about animation, rigging and like I said in some level modeling. I got a couple of Shots with the character that worked really well as an asset. Soon as I have the final and permitted shots I'll post here.

The frame was 1920X1080 stereo and time frame was something between 45 min - 1 hr most of the time was taken by generating the shadow map and creating the procedural fur.

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That looks really amazing. I'm not sure what look you are going for, but I would think that a bit more thatching and matting in the fur would be a little more... fearsome. Though by the overall look of the character, you are going for more "Ice Age" than "Van Helsing", in which case... bravo. It looks beautiful.

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As a Houdini fur enthusiast this is a piece of work to be applauded. Very nice work.

Edited by phrenzy84

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Fantastic character and great looking fur!

Nice one!

Matt.

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Here's an short scene with the updated shaders.

Edited by Mzigaib

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Very nice congratulations!!!

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