The plugin is called Hair Grabber and you can find it here:https://gumroad.com/l/GqVoR. It basically has parameters for manipulating cards in a spline manner
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Amazing work! What plugin for Maya are you referring to for the haircards?
Firewatch became a huge success for its developers generating 500,000 in sales in one month. It is worth mentioning that Firewatch is the first game from San Francisco-based studio Campo Santo and the first published by company called Panic. The publisher revealed Firewatch’s sales figures in a new blog post.
Panic’s metric for Firewatch’s success was probably calibrated a little bit differently than Campo Santo’s: of course we wanted to make the best possible game we could, but we also had made an investment we really hoped to recoup.
How’d it go? Firewatch’s budget, while huge for us, was modest for a game of its quality and scope, but we made our investment back in about one day. Firewatch has sold around 500,000 full-price copies in its first month. (It was even the top PlayStation Store digital download in February!) As an indie game, or heck, even as a “real” game, ok fine but not as a Call of Duty or Star Wars game, Firewatch can be considered a sales success.
We’re so grateful. And relieved. But mostly grateful.
Still that’s definitely not the end for this game. As of now developers are working on improving the game experience.
And the great thing: we’re not quite done. We’re still fixing bugs. And we’re still working on ways to improve performance all across the board, including on PlayStation 4 and the Mac. There’s more to come.
Source: Official Blog Post