In this video we will learn how to control Fracture Simulations so you make them work as you need them, controlling simulations is one of the best abilities an FX artist can have, cause is your job to make them look as they should for that blockbuster film.

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VAROMIX WEY

Varomix has created a vast library of Houdini training over years. Recently he has started on his own venture with MIX Training, a training and community resource for Houdini, Unreal Engine, Python and much more. He also, along with a partner, have recently launched a new Visual Effects and Motion Design company with offices in L.A. and Mexico City called Pixels & Coffee. If that alone is not enough, Varomix also find a little escape through his metal band WEYEZ.

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COMMENTS

  • Enivob 11 months ago  | 

    Thanks, I never really knew how to setup the i@active attribute. Also the tip on adding velocity when activating them great. This is a nice alternative to using constraints, especially if you know you are going to have to break them anyway.

    • varomix 6 months, 2 weeks ago  | 

      Nice to hear is useful for you, Cheers!

  • yavarjangjoo 11 months ago  | 

    hi man
    you are one of the best tutors of my Houdini journey
    so thanks and i love you

    • varomix 6 months, 2 weeks ago  | 

      So amazing man, so glad to be part of your journey

  • Aram van bergen en Henego 6 months, 2 weeks ago  | 

    Is there a way to do this for multiple DOP objects?

    Great tut!

    • varomix 6 months, 2 weeks ago  | 

      Yeah for sure, you could even make the attribute stuff in SOP before you pass it to DOPs

      • Aram van bergen en Henego 6 months, 2 weeks ago  | 

        Do you maybe have a little example file of that? I'm kinda struggling with adding the active attr. to multiple objects. Dop doesn't really seem to get it. Objects stay freezed.

        • varomix 6 months, 2 weeks ago  | 

          I haven't done it with multiple objects, but the learning begins when you struggle, if you have a file a could take a look
          go to http://mixtrn.com/community/ and make a post there so we can help you

          thanks

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