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do you know any way to inflate cloth?   there was an aproach in houdini 13 out there,  but the metod doesnt seems to work anymore,  but beyond that,  i dont want files, but an explanation described here,  something with cloth and sopsolver?  any obvious parameter that im missing?  

i think this a very polemic subject

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Hi,

You can try to inject some force in the geo normals direction; Also if you want to inject some variation in the inflation, you can use the ratio between each point velocity and the normal + some noise value to increase the ratio.

Hope that this helps,

Cheers!

Alejandro 

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1 hour ago, Pazuzu said:

Hi,

You can try to inject some force in the geo normals direction; Also if you want to inject some variation in the inflation, you can use the ratio between each point velocity and the normal + some noise value to increase the ratio.

Hope that this helps,

Cheers!

Alejandro 

 

 

ahh i see,  but this would be varying stiffness too?  how could affect a certain value of stiffness on this method?

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4 hours ago, dyei nightmare said:

ahh i see,  but this would be varying stiffness too?  how could affect a certain value of stiffness on this method?

Yeah you can even use the ratio as a factor for the stiffness for example, that way the zones with more force will be more deform-able in few words; But as with everything is a matter of testing the best method / technique.

Cheers!

Alejandro

 

 

 

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