Tech Artist 般常人 unveiled a new Houdini-powered project.
Have a look at this remarkable simulation of a twin-hulled nuclear submarine surfacing, created by Tech Artist 般常人. Driven by FLIP, the simulation exhibits an incredibly realistic appearance, featuring numerous whitewater particles that replicate the foam and splashes generated by a massive submersible. According to the creator, this project came to life through the combined use of Houdini, a procedural 3D software developed by SideFX, and Blender.
And here's how the simulation looked during the earlier stages of production:
It's worth noting that this is not the first Houdini-based artwork produced by 般常人. Earlier, the artist also showcased a series of destruction sims achieved with SideFX's flagship software. Attached below are some of the most recent examples shared by the author, you can check out more by clicking this link:
If you would like to learn more about creating water simulations in Houdini, here are some great tutorials that might help you out: