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Pluralsight Creative: 2 New Houdini Learning Paths

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Pluralsight Creative is now offering 2 brand new learning paths for Houdini. Learning paths are a series of courses organized into levels for easier organization. That way you can start with the first course in level one and work your way through all of the courses and levels sequentially.    

 

How to get started in Houdini: http://www.digitaltutors.com/learningpath/44-How-to-Get-Started-in-Houdini

The How to Get Started in Houdini learning path offers a step-by-step approach for artists who have never used Houdini before. This learning path is a more general approach to learning multiple aspects of the 3D pipeline within Houdini. Throughout the tutorials in this learning path you will walk through the fundamental aspects of modeling, materials, lighting, rendering, particles, fluids, rigid bodies, scripting and digital asset building. After completing this learning path you will have a solid understanding of the various aspects of Houdini.

 

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Dynamics in Houdini: http://www.digitaltutors.com/learningpath/71-Dynamics-in-Houdini

For Houdini artists wanting to learn how to take advantage of powerful dynamics capabilities, the Dynamics in Houdini learning path can help guide you through learning many of the tools available to you. By the end of this learning path you'll have a solid understanding of the DOP context within Houdini. This learning path is not intended to teach you the basics of moving around in Houdini. Instead, with the Dynamics in Houdini learning path you'll focus learning how the different dynamics engines work inside of Houdini.

 

Enjoy!

 

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I'm pleased that Digital Tutors / Pluralsight decided to reboot their Houdini training - Houdini is only becoming more popular and you guys definitely would've been missing the boat there by not offering up-to-date courses. The recent Creative Development courses have been excellent as well. 

 

Along similar lines, do you know at all if there are plans to offer updated Fusion training? I imagine there will likely be a high demand for that now with the new free edition. The existing courses are mostly still relevant but there are some fundamentals (e.g., keying, 3D) that aren't really represented in the basic courses. 

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