Here is a collection of eight different fabrics with unique physical behaviour and shaders per fabric (silk, velvet, wool, leather, jersey, raincoat, tulle with embroidery and jeans). In the ROPnet, you can hit Render to generate all the necessary textures.
These examples were created by Andriy Bilichenko for SideFX.
EdganHomt 2 years, 7 months ago |
Damm these are some quite advanced setups, they look amazing.
chefstevehansen 2 years, 7 months ago |
Does the possibility exist to incorporate presets into the vellum solver similar to the wood/glass/concrete presets in RBD at some point in future releases?
w007s 2 years, 7 months ago |
There are no textures in the archive, where can I download them?
rmagee 2 years, 6 months ago |
You can find the textures in the COP networks - they were set up in Houdini
vazelevz 1 year, 9 months ago |
This is very helpful, thanks !
HygienicIn3D 10 months ago |
Excellent. Thank you for sharing.
CihanKenar 9 months, 1 week ago |
I love the setup for the wool! thank you so much for this~!
bumba 8 months, 3 weeks ago |
This morning I thought it might be nice to have some cloth presets and I started to think about test scenes and so on. So I googled Houdini fabric presets in order to get a head start. Now I am looking at this hip of yours. It is a gem. It does not only contain the cloth presets, it includes a thought out test environment, it is a complete guide to recreating materials up to the a fiber level, creating textures in cop, creating wool on a thread level, hair ...
It really scares me to think how much fantastic material I am just skipping over.
Love and cheers
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