Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

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Wave CurlAuthor: Werner Ziemerink
Version 2.0. This compound uses Nulls to control and create the wavy deforms. The nulls can be scaled to stretch the wave out or bulge them into more toon-like waves. I put a scene together, and left the compound open for people to explore. Take note that the ICE tree should be under post-simulation. Works nicely in conjunction with Amaan Akram's aaOcean Suite.

local backup: Wave_Curl_2.xsicompound

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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by EricTRocks » 08 Feb 2012, 12:15

Can't seem to download it. :\
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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by Hirazi Blue » 08 Feb 2012, 13:00

You're right, wrong/faulty URL, please try it now... ;)
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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by EricTRocks » 08 Feb 2012, 14:07

Working great! Love the changes!
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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by Werner » 13 Feb 2012, 12:53

Cool, Big thanks to Jonatha Hau Yoon for making this small change for me.

Does anyone know how to update stuff on rray.de?

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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by Hirazi Blue » 13 Feb 2012, 12:55

Send him (rray) a "private message" here... ;)
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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by Werner » 13 Feb 2012, 13:16

Thanks.

I just went to the rray website and saw that hemade the update already. Thanks rray!

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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by barbapapa » 12 Dec 2012, 18:13

Hi when using the wave curl compund over aaOcean (im putting the ice tree in post simulation as instructed) it flattens out the tessendorf waves.. Are you guys running into this problem aswell? Im not really experiencend in ice and i tried to poke around but without success, any idea on how to fix this?

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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by Werner » 12 Dec 2012, 21:39

Hi barbapapa,

The quickest way to make it work with aaocean, is to go into the wave curl compound and connect the y between the 3D Vector to Scalar - Scalar to Vector.

That section checks if the points on the mesh are below or equal to 0. If yes, then it moves them to 0. This helped to get rid of the dip that was created by the wave curl.

I need to find some time to make this work better.

Let me know if it helped.

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Werner

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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by nicole » 05 Jul 2019, 02:32

Hirazi Blue wrote:
08 Feb 2012, 11:33
There is an update to the Wave-Curl compound...


Download it from here
i am sorry, i am always the last one to understand how things work,
but when i try to download from the second wave curl there's only code lines displayed, no actual zip file to download.
can you tell me if that means the link is not working and i have to be satisfied with wave curl version oct 2009 ?
thank you

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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by Hirazi Blue » 05 Jul 2019, 09:39

No, what that means is the following: it's a file, which your browser identifies as a XML-document.
To save this kind of file you'll have to click the link with your right-mouse-button and from the appearing menu click "Save target as"/"Save linked content as"/"Save link as" (different browser call it differently).
In this specific case it's a ".xsicompound" file, but the same applies for ".xsiaddon" files and some other XML-based Softimage documents.
Just make sure it's saved with the correct extension, some browsers save these kind of files with a ".xml" extension.
If it does, rename the extension to the correct one, which you can get from the URL of the document.
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Re: Wave-Curl Compound by Werner Ziemerink

Post by nicole » 05 Jul 2019, 12:17

Hirazi Blue wrote:
05 Jul 2019, 09:39
which you can get from the URL of the document.
thank you Hirazi !!