Convert Organic 3D Models to Synthetic Procedural Using Houdini


Are you anesthetics about creating new VFX scenes in Houdini? Check out this amazing tutorial, released by Chetal Gazdar. In this tutorial learn how to convert an Organic 3d model into a Synthetic Procedural Using the powerful approach of Houdini.

This tutorial actually from The incredible music video of the Chemical Brothers Wide Open. Released a few years ago. Wide Open is an inspiration for many VFX and 3d artists, due to its complexity and the study of the new tracking technologies used in the video.

Learn to Create Synthetic Procedural Using Houdini

By watching this tutorial you can learn how “Wide Open” VFX created in Houdini. When you have a piece of good knowledge about how it created. You can convert your wone organic model into a Synthetic model using some powerful procedural approach of Houdini.

Start form Importing FBX file in Houdini. Now you using Procedural you can strat process to create Organic to Synthetic Procedural. Finally, Freeze Noise on an Animated/deformed Object.

The Chemical Brothers Wide Open-  Behind the scene

In the Chemical Brothers Wide Open video (featuring Beck). A girl dances in a warehouse as parts of her body are revealed as organic lattice constructions of a 3D pattern. All in dance time, between scenes.

Matching dance performance. With transparent body parts was one of the challenges to be faced, the effect had to last nearly 6,800 frames.

The Mill London teaming up with director duo Dom and Nic. Implementing meticulous tracking, using mocap data, and even a bespoke tool and Synthetic Procedural Using Houdini to scan the dancer’s moving mesh.

Chemical Brothers Wide Open to 3D Printing

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