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Is there any reason to learn this piece of crap software?

My friend telling me to learn Houdini but it looks super complex. He said in a few years it would be required for non pro environment work.

He also said two years ago to learn Substance designer, but I ignored his advice.

I don't know /3/. Procedural workflow and nodes system looks interesting. Surely it will pick up like Substance designer did.

Can you even get a job now without knowledge of designer.
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>>616197
Houdini is super nice for VFX
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Yes, fucking mongoloid. Just wait until your expertise in blender gets you your dream job, cocksuck.
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>>616197
There isn't anything better for complex sims
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if you master houdini, you'll never need to worry about abu taking your job
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>>616197
Depends on what kind of work you need done. Try it if you're gonna work with large or complex physics and paricle simulations, VFX, or if you're gonna generate/model assets procedurally.

Plus, right now there's a pretty good demand of Houdini people.
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>>616197
It's a good way to get a job. Very useful in big pipelines. More complex = less competition.

If you want to model and animate waifus stick with traditional software for the time being. Especially if you can't get pro training. Maybe 3-5 years from now Houdini will compete in this area.




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