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Check this guy sites. it's a "Macro" photogrpher. Most of the incredible spider picture (include the mirror spider above) you can see over the web come from him.
First time I see some of his photography I thought for sure they were 3d pictures.

https://www.nickybay.com/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/nickadel/

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DO you KNOW ?

2.56 million people died from pneumonia in 2017  sorry for of topic :wub:

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patterns and music DOne yupiiii me

 

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On 19/2/2020 at 8:56 AM, Librarian said:

3 lesson.

(combining with tutorials from Hai Le and Matt Ebb) was to model something ..learned more about loft skin and normals, pretty much you can model everything just need to visualize (little bit forward)  :wub:

 

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Hey, what tutorials have you seen? could you give more info on this please?

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@MENOZ "combining" Matt Ebb  Spherical  Harmonic and Hai Le Abstract Circles 

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Colors  and motion(from particles(rotation(houdinifx.jp) a loot of examples for particles

code from ->Anastasia Opara (Creativity of Rules and Patterns)

Basically you need only to know to manipulate colors (gradient) endless possibility.. I use H16.5

 

//get all gravity points
int pc [] =pcfind (1, "P", @P, ch("dist"),100);
//account direction
vector gravity_vec = {0,0,0};
foreach (int p; pc)
{
     vector pos = point (1,"P", p);
     float mass = point (1,"mass", p);
     float dist = fit ( distance (@P,pos) , 0, 10,0,10);
     //float dist = clamp(distance( @P,pos), ch("min_dist"),1000);
     vector dir = normalize (pos - @P);
     float str = clamp(mass /pow (dist,2),0,ch("max"));
     gravity_vec += dir * str *ch("gravityconstatnt");
     }
     
 @N= gravity_vec;
 @pull = length (@N);

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//get all gravity points
int pc [] =pcfind (1, "P", @P, ch("dist"),100);
//account direction
vector gravity_vec = {0,0,0};
foreach (int p; pc)
{
     vector pos = point (1,"P", p);
     float mass = point (1,"mass", p);
     float dist = fit ( distance (@P,pos) , 0, 10,0,10);
     //float dist = clamp(distance( @P,pos), ch("min_dist"),1000);
     vector dir = normalize (pos - @P);
     float str = clamp(mass *pow (dist,2),0,ch("max_pull"));
     gravity_vec += dir * str *ch("gravityconstatnt");
     }
     
 @N= gravity_vec;
 @pull = length (@N);

 

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Combining with Hai Le tutos on Hexagons you can make interesting shapes for something to be export for Hm ( CNC , tattoo , illustrator )..etc ... HAve fun..

 

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I've done this tutorial (hai le) but don't have succes with it. Just get circles, not hexagons.
I am bumped my head on this,  checked each character in this code, but no way.
I've get another method to make squared shapes but different flavor.

I would be really curious to find what's Wrong.
is it possible you post the working code ?

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@flcc mine Bad that I do not do formulation in a better way.:huh:

tutorials.cgrecord.net/2019/08/hexagon-in-houdini-vex-tutorial-by-hai.html

plus for lazy people  tutorial he did recently ( best tutorial for million different stuff)..just love people that share knowledge :wub:

I just use those tutorials because I have unlimited possibilities to have Contour(posted that file )  also different shapes that I can easily export for CNC machining ...

 

 

 

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