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The reason this hashtag started was that there was a guy in Japan criticized the company behind pokemon(gamefreak) saying that their 3D artist are useless. and skilled 3D models would be able to be made in 5 minutes. He mentioned that you can do 800 pokemon each in 5minutes so close to 60 hours will be only needed. and if they can't do that, they are not worth the salary. and 3D modelers took this as a challenge. Resulting in 3D modelers doing modeling / sculpting in various 3D software.
Don't know if you're still having this issue but it's fixed by enabling "Specify Manual Texture Size" and then playing with the "Manual texture size" input until it seems right.
Do you want to make you scene shine? Make it attractive? Put some water droplets on it! Manuel Casasola and Entagma have shared a step-by-step guide to the procedural creation of water droplets in Houdini. The tutorial features tons of tips and tricks on enhancing realism and altering the water particles.
If you want to make your product appear nice and fresh in your TV commercial, chances are that you’ll put water droplets on it. This effect is very popular in advertising. In todays installment of the Entagma tutorial stream, Manuel shows you how to procedurally build such an effect in Houdini.
While putting spheres on a surface is straightforward, this tutorial will teach you how to enhance the realism and quality of the effect by altering the water particles shape to make them more drop like. To achieve this the cross product is used, and explained in a tight theory part.
What is more, you can get the scene file with the setup from the tutorial, some additional detailing and the Redshift3D render setup below.