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Create an Amazing Pulverize Effect with Houdini: Part 1

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In his second amazing Houdini tutorial, Alvaro Castaneda walks us through how to completely pulverize characters and objects using Side Effect's Houdini 11. Today's section deals with setting up the basic node-network whilst the next part will look at how to finish the effect and art-direct the dynamics to ensure we get the look we want. Look no further if you want to see just how creative Houdini allows you to be...

Republished Tutorial

Every few weeks, we revisit some of our reader's favorite posts from throughout the history of the site. This tutorial was first published in October of 2010.



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