Tonight I spent some time with a couple of renders for a UI exercise.
I wanted to test a Vray shader for UI renders, below the result.
The grainy material has been rendered with a Vray shader.
So little time lately.
I started a new website with a collection of my photos. I’m keeping myself busy, going out every weekend for a photography session.
Nonetheless, I’d love to focus more on Houdini, but with the given time I end up just playing with it whenever there’s a chance.
So, for tonight’s render here’s something baked just now.
a lovely soundtrack by Pat Metheny, I started a project just for fun, called Letter from home.
I took this picture yesterday at the Getty Museum.
I wanted to try some sort of van Dyck color treatment.
Then I used Language is a Virus to generate a Dada poem.
The black & white photo on
I did the previous displacement with a shader. This time I modified the geometry itself, using an attribute vop.
The proceduralism of Houdini is really something!
One can go back, change the starting point, go forth and update the result, and Houdini will properly takes into account all the tweaks made.
I’ve exported a Pflow simulation from 3ds Max to Houdini (just because I still don’t know how to handle particles with Houdini).
Then I wanted to do a test with Mantra, this is the result:
Not sure whether I’ll move forward with Houdini or not. This beast needs some serious attention, and time.
Anyhow, for the time being I’ll have some fun:
A spider web is an intricate structure, beautifully designed by nature.