Hello. I’m Kludge and I’m an escapee from the Home for the Terminally Weird. Honest, I am. Ask cho. She’ll tell you.
My entry into 3D art was a couple years ago as a means of creating a universe for my daughter and me to be together until we can be IRL. She’s my universe and ... well, you’ll learn more over time if you care to. I’m still working my way up to raw beginner but I hope to achieve that lofty goal someday. I have DS2.3, 3A and 4P installed plus have Bryce 7P here but not loaded. DS3A and 4P were loaded to be the workhorses and I think 2.3 was loaded because I was on a roll. For the moment, 4P is being used to learn how to abuse ... er, work with Genesis including with the Gen3 and Gen4 whatzits that work with GenX. At the same time, I have all the dynamic fabric goodies loaded into DS3A so I can experiment with it there.
Let’s see, I’m a disabled vet (100%, service connected, more or less ambulatory) interested in a lot of things - science fiction (reading, TV and movies), machining, machines in general, electronics, photography, writing and a few other things, some best not mentioned in polite company. Errr ... ummm ... this is polite company, right? My hands shake pretty badly due to progressive neurological damage so I’m building machines - some kind of like Waldos but not quite - to do what I used to do by hand. Eventually this will include mousing around to do 3D art but I’m not quite to that point yet.
I tend to pop in and out of threads kind of randomly which has been known to irritate a few people now and then. Blame it on psychotropic meds and the reasons for them. They’re as good reasons as any since a partial result of them is having the attention span of a gnat and I forget where I was and/or what I was doing. Scary, huh.
That’s my story and I’m sticking with it ... unless I get a better offer.