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Making Of 'Power Plant'

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Date Added: 11th July 2011
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'Basic Cloth Simulation Tutorial'

by Roberth Vala

 

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3ds Max, Photoshop and After Effects

Inthis tutorial I cover one of the many methods that can be used to simulatecloth. No plugins are required.

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Gingko on Thu, 21 July 2011 10:37am
ya can't do it procedurally in maya, nor 3dsmax, not like this. that's why houdini is magic :)
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Murali Krishna on Fri, 15 July 2011 12:05pm
ya cool setup
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Kevin on Tue, 12 July 2011 7:21am
Nice to see Houdini in good use. Great job!
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Fynn on Mon, 11 July 2011 11:19pm
i want to see something like that for maya that would be so awesome
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Boxek on Mon, 11 July 2011 4:28pm
This is a Houdini tutorial, not 3ds max. Very interesting though, i'll try to do it in Max =)
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K9tty on Mon, 11 July 2011 4:20pm
this is realy cool,lovely colour scheme and full of inspiration; great job
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