This is one of those times when a person feels really glad that they’ve finally come out and asked!
I think that the first link was supposed to be the last, as it says it’s done in anim8or, and the two links are the same?
Very, very good work! I’ve seen “Fly” before - don’t think I knew it was you at the time. I had to subscribe. These videos must be seen!
So you guys jumped aboard just before me, I guess. Not sure when I finally bought Carrara. I do remember that it was just a very short time before Daz stopped selling that “Figures, Characters and Avatars” book, that came with the DVD with full versions of Hexagon and Carrara 6.5 Pro. Carrara 8 was nearly complete, so they offered anyone buying C7 or an upgrade to it, would get C8 for free. If you had standard, you’d get standard free, Pro > Pro. Talk about financially lucky!
So the Storm pictures with the ship that I was talking about, was that referring to a book, one of yours?
Nonetheless… really glad I asked. I’ll be checking that Blog now. Later I’ll go scouring through you YouTube submissions
So that’s why we don’t really see that many Roygee render, yet he remains so filled full of wisdom regarding modeling and Carrara… ahhh.
Being a stone sculptor, I can totally understand how just modeling away, without the need to really render a whole lot would be totally satisfying on its own. Well… I should say that I’m a guy who has loved doing art my whole life, had many chances to sculpt stone, so I did - then ended up building stone hardscaping for landscape companies for a living. Along with that came designing and building waterfalls, streams, ponds and bird attracting water features, along with many other things. Luckily, I live in a place where bazillionaires come to relax and enjoy real life - before going back to the horrible existence of the rat race. They like how I prefer to look at what I do as “Nature Art” and accuse Mother Nature for holding the crown… but I’m working towards climbing that ladder! So they call me back for more stuff - no matter who I happen to be employed by at the moment.
So now I’m slowly escaping the man-handling of over 50 tons of stone per year into 3d art.
Hey, thank you both for taking your time to answer that question! You guys are awesome and I love seeing your endeavors! If you ever need someone to show something to… I’m here fairly often.