Particles Part 01 – Paint Removal by Manuel 09.10.2019 comments 8 Part of: Particles Particles, Premium Course Particles, Premium Content To view this content, you must be a member of Entagma's Patreon at $29 or more Unlock with Patreon
I’m super excited for this course (also, nice work with the website re-work/re-organising/re-design)
I have a question:
At about 3:09 how do you know that aanoise generates within the range of -0.5-0.5? I looked at the settings; but couldn’t see how you could tell?
Hello Ana, I’m not sure if it answers to your question but if you look at the doc here is what you’ll find.
hello , i would like to know if the videos in here are on U tube or Vimeo because before buying the videos tutorials , i need to know if i can have the english subtitles ; On Utube it is automatic but on vimeo it is not . I m a french student on Houdini and i d like to follow your tutorials who sound and look nice
thank you to help me
the premium videos are hosted on Vimeo.
ok thank you 🙂
thank you for this wonderful tutorial
Hello there, I tried many times to find a solution for a problem I have and I can’t.
I follow the tutorial step by step and when I add the scatter, and turn by density attribute everything works perfectly except for the fact that all the created points remain there after the rim passes it creates new points with the rim, but they don’t disappear when the rim changes place trough the mesh, in your video the rim creates the points and they disappear as the rim moves, in my scene its impossible to achieve the same result, it’s driving me nuts.
The thing is that if I continue with the tutorial eventually (like I did allready) I will at some point have a problem with that, after I add the pop point kill everything works but this points don’t die they stay there, it is like the scatter is creating points in this positions on a loop… when there should be none.
I don’t know if I explained it clearly enough, please if somebody can help me out..
Thanks in Advance,
Hey!! I wanna dive into particles in near future and I wanted to know, are these tutorials beginner friendly?