diving in


has always been this really unconquerable thing to me, something I'll never learn and will never even need to use.
But with being driven to create all sorts of effects that somehow seem 'easy' to achieve in houdini I knew that someday I had to dive in. 

That beind said resources were always pretty hard to understand and somewhat limited at least for someone like me
that's not very proficient when it comes to coding in general. 

Then Entagma came along and made Houdini somewhat accesible to people like me, those that are interested in interesting visuals and not complicated simulations in the first place. And by no means I am even a beginner after watching their tutorials, but they helped me a lot to get a grasp of how to think when working in houdini. I hope I'll find the time to dive further into it and start to build my own setups from scratch. 
Till then Ileave you with a few images that came out of the tutorials.

Thanks a lot for your efforts, Moritz and Manuel! 

to be continued...