Junichiro Horikawa’s new workbook helps Houdini artists practice procedural modeling.
A new self-published algorithmic design workbook from Junichiro Horikawa helps the beginner to intermediate Houdini artists who want to improve their procedural modeling skills. Junichiro is an Architectural Programmer, and Designer who’s tutorials show how to create exciting things using math and algorithms in Houdini.
The Algorithmic Design Workbook.
The workbook has twentyone various exercises with two solutions for each. The book allows you to explore multiple possibilities in the procedural modeling process.
Algorithmic Design Workbook covers topics from “look at target” to “attractor transformation” and Particle morphing.
About Junichiro Horikawa.
Born in Tokyo / Japan. MSc in Meiji University. March in Columbia University AAD. Worked in Noiz Architects for 4 years and working as a freelance right now, mostly in the architectural / IT field. Junichiro Horikawa works with algorithmic and parametric design in architecture. He takes an interest in VR, AR, Games, and other media. Mostly interested in crossing those two fields together to create a better design system.