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Applied Houdini – Particles V – Grains


Release date:2020, June 18

Duration:03 h 01 m

Author:Steven Knipping

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

Particles V – Grains” is your gateway to mastering epic snow, sand, or mud effects using grains in the Vellum Solver, a powerful tool known as PBD (point-based dynamics). Dive into the world of simulating millions of tiny particles to create stunning effects like a collapsing snowy landscape into a sinkhole. Throughout this lesson, you’ll explore how to efficiently control properties, constraints, and rendering techniques, elevating your snow simulations to a professional level.

Steven Knipping, the creator of Applied Houdini, brings his expertise as a Senior Rigid Body Destruction/FX Technical Director at Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light & Magic (known for blockbusters like Avengers: Infinity War, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and more). This series offers production-grade workflows alongside detailed explanations, ensuring you not only learn the how but also the why behind these techniques. Each video is packed with practical information, avoiding unnecessary chatter, and focusing on delivering actionable insights and tips. Start creating mesmerizing snow effects with grains today!

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