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Whoohoo.
All right! A forum! Now let's all welcome each other before getting into hard core technical discussion of Houdini.

Cheers,
Alex

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When one must fight, and one must climb,
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Or leave their butt prints in the sand
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hello to Houdini users and ‘well done’ to the folks at Side Effects!!!
the new site is great!!
Michael Goldfarb | www.odforce.net
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Hi ~
Many forum, idea, article help to us…, But The forums of two sites overlap each other. What you think…? :roll:
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I think, the more the merrier!
Besides, folks who created Houdini will allways be here,that way we will be able to get the answers to our problems from the first hand.

Great job people. Thank you!

ps. I like the emoticons :mrgreen:
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Hi,

GREAT new site and forum .
Michael Fuchs TD CAMF Productions Ges.m.b.H. Austria

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3D-sport Games and Fun done with Houdini and Virtools [3d-sport.com]
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Great!

At last Houdini has good support in web. Great start with new Houdini site.
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Yeah man, GREAT initiative.

Hope to see those Modeling and animation tutorials updated soon (with the support materias maybe? Are those available at the moment? I'm looking at the brush_lesson.pdf in Learning>General)

I was also wondering if there are any plans of making an Apprentice version downloadable. With a broadband connection I find this doable.

Cheers.

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I think this site must a conjunction of company site and site like highend3d.com. Houdini is a great tool but unfortunately up to rescent time
it hasn't such online support as Maya. Hope SideEffects with web community can make this site a great resource for Houdiners.
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Hello all

I wish everyone luck in learning this program and hope to see many tuts and artwork by users and Sidefx.

Thanks for the use of your great tools!
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Yeah man, GREAT initiative.

Hope to see those Modeling and animation tutorials updated soon (with the support materias maybe? Are those available at the moment? I'm looking at the brush_lesson.pdf in Learning>General)

I was also wondering if there are any plans of making an Apprentice version downloadable. With a broadband connection I find this doable.

Cheers.

DRies.

Hey, i just want to know whos the cute girl in your picture
In the meantime, im still waiting for receive my demo.I cant wait to learn Houdini!
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The girl is someone I met during my travelling in India, Puna. Next to the Houdini GUI the most beautiful thing I have ever seen :-P
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The girl is someone I met during my travelling in India, Puna. Next to the Houdini GUI the most beautiful thing I have ever seen :-P

wow, she is indian? arent you lucky to meet her!
Hey, i havent seen the Houdini GUI yet, is it scary? learning XSI,Maya and now Houdini

Hope Houdini lives up to my exceptations!which are pretty HIGH


edit: JUST GOT MY HOUDINI DEMO!!
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