Robert Magee

rmagee

About Me

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Canada
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Robert Magee is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at SideFX who has been working with Houdini for over 15 years. He has created lots of learning material and demos designed to help artists understand how going procedural with Houdini can benefit their work.

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My Talks

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The Secret Language of Houdini
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Procedural Level Building in UE4
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Procedural Assets for UE4
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Houdini Engine for Unity and UE4
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Houdini Foundations
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Houdini Foundations - Dynamics

My Tutorials

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Houdini Foundations | Overview
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Houdini Foundations | Model, Render, Animate
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Houdini Foundations | Nodes, Networks & Digital Assets
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Create a Task Workflow to Build Cities
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Houdini Foundations Book | H16.5
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Create Your Own Asset | UE4

Recent Forum Posts

Day 10 | Motion: Slow-mo July 10, 2020, 12:39 a.m.

Time to change the pace a bit with today's topic “Slow-mo” The retime sop is bound to get lots of action!

Best of luck and to all those only missing one or two of the challenges, remember to go back and add them to your collection. You are so close to being on track for the Iron Man Swag Pack! You just have to have all challenges met by July 31st at Midnight EDT!

Day 9 | Motion: Growth July 9, 2020, 12:16 a.m.

Time for challenge # 9 - “growth” - which should be a great topic for going nuts with Houdini's procedural nature. The creativity shown so far has been outstanding and while we only award three entries each day, there are many more under consideration. There are lots of challenges ahead and lots of room to move up the leaderboard!

Best of Luck!

Day 8 | Motion: Falling July 8, 2020, 12:17 a.m.

On to day 8. Best of luck in the latest challenge “Falling.” This will take us past the 1/4 mark. Great to see so many artists still tackling all of the topics. For new people, things are not so far that you can't either win on points if you win a few challenges or simply win for best artwork with one amazing entry.

Of course the main goal of all of this is for everyone to explore Houdini in ways you haven't before and the knowledge you gain is the biggest prize of all…. Right?

A quick note: please don't post entries to the SideFX Gallery. Please post all entries to this forum to be eligible to win the daily prizes.