So guys I am finally ready to share a bit more info on what I am doing behind the scenes. By now, many of you know that I have decided to go and do something on my own (I will still be here and helping around). At this point I have created my own "brand" and a channel where I will mostly try to educate people about Houdini's wonderful PolyModeling capabilities and some procedural stuff, as its hard not to do some proceduralism around it, its to tempting. 😄 On the other hand, even with PolyModeling, a lot of things can be procedural.
For now I have dedicated on my name of YT channel, and I also managed to create with help of a friend a logo which I found super awesome. It maybe don't have to much sense for what I am doing, but in the end I just wanted something motivating and cool for myself, I am not running a business anyway. Reason behind Poly is due the fact that Houdini have suffix on many modeling tools se to Poly and Marvels, well, seemed appropriate due to its raw power. 🙂
Banner is only adjusted to Twitterat the moment and its kind of Easter egg too, because that object on the left, which comes from Houdini is actually hidden behind my profile image or a logo, and it can be seen only if you click on the banner to make it bigger.
I still have to create YT thumbnail and 2 trailers for channel intro, but now that I have logo and basically colors are set, it will be much easier.
What I am also trying to create is a whole Houdini Wiki Modelling page which I am updating daily as much as time allow, but it will be full of good info. You can check it here if you like Houdini Modelling Wiki (seems like I cant share it at the moment)
And, as I see there is more interest about Houdini, I also decided from today onward to simply record daily exercises and share it with you guys here. They are not meant to teach you much at all, but as I watch them too I get to see is there anything I could do differently or to get an idea is there anything that I am doing wrong. But, at least you can get some idea how I am doing things and how modelling can work within Houdini.
If you guys see any value in them, I might publish them as daily exercise Playlist.
Anyway, I am glad some of you are interested into learning new things. While sometimes can be a bit hard and frustrating, I can promise you, once the walls are moved, reward is so much grater. Who ever decided to venture on this path, Ill be more than happy to help as it also helps me to stay motivated and to push myself harder. Enjoy and thanks everyone...