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Vellum Ball Pop with Jelly

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Hi everyone!

In this tutorial, we will revisit what we have learned from the previous one. 

We will build the vellum solver from scratch once again and mix different types of vellum like cloth and jelly, and this time, we will make the cloth tear. 

I’ve decided to do a tutorial covering this again with a different effect because this is an excellent way to learn a new skill, repeat, and try new things.

 

I hope you enjoy this new tutorial and feel more comfortable with vellum.

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Vellum Shoot Jelly Balls

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Hi everyone!
In this tutorial, we will learn to build a Vellum solver from scratch. By learning how to do it, you will see how easy it is, and it will open so many possibilities to do complex systems that would be more difficult to do before. It will allow us to add different vellum types like cloth mixed with grains, create constraints, update them during the simulation, and make different types of vellum interact between them.

Trust me, creating this vellum system from scratch will improve your workflow and open many possibilities to develop complex and more advanced vellum animations.
Hope you enjoy this tutorial.

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Vellum Sticky Gum

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Hi everyone! 

In this tutorial, we will keep exploring vellum grains! We will explore a little bit further the glue constraints, and we will add and update other constraints during the simulation because, so far, we have studied only using constraints before the vellum solver. Now we will see how to create and update them during the simulation. It will be cool.

In the end, we will learn to break those constraints with custom attributes.

I hope you enjoy this one! 

 

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Vellum Jelly

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It’s time to have some fun with Vellum Grains! We will start with a simple setup to show you how to simulate a jelly object without a complex system! It is quick, simples, and so easy!

I hope you enjoy this one! 

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Abstract Flower

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Hi everyone!  

In this tutorial, I will show you how to animate your geometry and convert it to vellum and let it simulate as cloth but follow the original animation. 

In the second part, I want to take things to another level and show you how to create something more advanced.  I’m going to explain the concept behind “for each loop,” and I will explain in a way that everyone will understand how simple this is, even if you don’t have any knowledge of programming.  

After this, we will create an abstract flower combining these two topics into one cool advanced animation.  

I hope you enjoy this tutorial!

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Vellum Soft Pin

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Hi everyone!  

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to soft pin vellum geometry. I am going to be honest with you. I do not know how to call this technique exactly. I saw a work exploring this effect on social media, and I decided to give it a shot with Vellum. It is like a soft body is deforming and going back to its original position. 

I hope you enjoy this tutorial and have fun playing with this vellum constraint!

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Simulate Different Vellums

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Hi everyone! 

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to simulate different types of vellum altogether. For example, soft bodies colliding and tearing cloth or vellum balloons inside soft bodies rolling down a hill. 

In the end, we will see how to render these spheres with redshift.

 Hope you enjoy this fun tutorial!

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Houdini to Cinema4D

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Hi everyone! 

I know a lot of you use Houdini to create the simulations and then render everything in Cinema4D. 

In this quick tip, I will explain how to export alembic files from Houdini to Cinema4D with multiple objects and then add different colors or materials to them inside C4D with Redshift without having to export multiple alembics.

Hope you enjoy this quick tutorial and it will help you improve your workflow.

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Vellum Flying Cloth

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In this Vellum Cloth tutorial, we are going to explore how to add movement to our cloth, make them fly, and add different colors to each one.

This is a quick one, hope you enjoy it!

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Vellum Hair Part 3

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Hi everyone! 

In this third part of Vellum Hair tutorial, we are going to explore one of the things I most love in Houdini. We are going to use other systems or other dynamic operators like particles and pyro, to create and animate our Vellum Hairs. You will see that you can apply the knowledge that you already have and use it with Vellum. 

Hope you enjoy this new tutorial and have fun with it!

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