Is it possible in Houdini to...

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…copy a geometry definition onto each primitive of a second object, and deform the copied geometry based on the contour of the primitive on which the geometry is copied to?!
Something similar to the attachment?

How is this technique called in Houdini?

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Have you tried using a lattice yet?
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It is possible but it is simpler with vex I think. There is need to scale objects based on primitives bbox.
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Hi,

creep sop should do job. It works for parametric surfaces.

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with vex and bunch of sops, you can do anything in houdini!
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…copy a geometry definition onto each primitive of a second object, and deform the copied geometry based on the contour of the primitive on which the geometry is copied to?!
Something similar to the attachment?

How is this technique called in Houdini?

Thanks.

Hi! the creep op works well, but is there a way to be more close to the mesh face deformation itself? I mean something more similar to the example.

thanks to all
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