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  • MistaraMistara Posts: 38,675

    hair band?  or hairy band  tee hee

  • MistaraMistara Posts: 38,675

    this what they mean by a 'ginger hair' ?

    bought my Asterix when i was in Geneva, so is all in French.
    19 years ago  dix noof  ans ,  Oh mon dieu
    ne pas leer, ne pas parl-ay frahn ssay 

  • MistaraMistara Posts: 38,675

    superman turning his head to follow flash
    is like soo cree eepee

  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 8,993
    Mystarra said:

    this what they mean by a 'ginger hair' ?

    bought my Asterix when i was in Geneva, so is all in French.
    19 years ago  dix noof  ans ,  Oh mon dieu
    ne pas leer, ne pas parl-ay frahn ssay 

    I only ever met one French man like that - all the other Parisians looked Italian

     

  • I used to read all those Asterix books too, in English but the Library had other languages, I had a video game for my Sega megadrive too, recall tossing menhirs 

  • WendyLuvsCatzWendyLuvsCatz Posts: 31,100
    edited November 2018
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  • StezzaStezza Posts: 6,401

    Worms.... heart

  • WendyLuvsCatzWendyLuvsCatz Posts: 31,100
    edited November 2018

    grab your leaf rakes everyone
    I uploaded an important video, we can all pitch in and help prevent bushfires
     

    you can see it on my channel 

    https://www.youtube.com/user/wendyvainity

    I decided to remove the direct link before it spontaneously combusted 

    bushfires/wildfires do that you know if the undergrowth not frequently raked

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  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 12,491

    Wendy, I commented in other thread. yesyes

    Misty, hope your eye treatments are going well.

    Big Thanksgiving holiday approaches here in the States.  I am thankful for Carrara.  Cheers.

  • WendyLuvsCatzWendyLuvsCatz Posts: 31,100
    edited November 2018


    click video

    like seagulls fighting over a potato chip

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  • video click

    the Cat equivalent of a Carrara user

    bright eyed and bushy tailed

  • MistaraMistara Posts: 38,675

    would love a potato chip right naos. or 2.

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 2,601
    Mystarra said:

    would love a potato chip right naos. or 2.

    Oh-oh. Maybe you have the dreaded gene:

    https://www.theonion.com/scientists-discover-gene-responsible-for-eating-whole-g-1819565291

     

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 12,491

    Making my arrangements to travel from Washington, DC to Dallas, Texas for the holidays.  It is roughly the same distance as Paris to Minsk. Just for adventure reasons, am looking for alternatives to flying.  It is crazy.  If I take the Amtrak train, the route goes to Chicago first (and costs more than twice as much as flying).  For those unfamiliar with US geography, it would be like going from Paris to Minsk, but stopping in Rome first.  Adds almost a full day to the travel time.  Guess I will be flying.

  • MistaraMistara Posts: 38,675

    the lime thread needs juicy carrara lime laugh

  • a silly video by me

    first two shots were iClone 5 rest is all Carrara, some of the hair is static dynamic and some same hair made into mesh with Philemo's plugin

    think mesh version is a tad faster in Octane

  • MistaraMistara Posts: 38,675
    edited December 2018

     

    Post edited by Mistara on
  • I know it's an iClone video

    but here is the latest episode of my Tycathian saga

  • that cathederal in this metal music video  looks suspiciously like JT's Sacrament

  • WendyLuvsCatzWendyLuvsCatz Posts: 31,100
    edited December 2018

    click video

    I made Brian Connolly's hair from The Sweet

    this is not him just the hair cheeky

    you need no smoothing or geometry changes also applying a shader preset borked it so I manually had to add maps

    zip
    zip
    Sweet Glam for G3M.zip
    194K
    hair0006.jpg
    1920 x 1080 - 361K
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  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 8,993

    thanks Wendy!  I always wanted hair like that! now I can ! :)

  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 8,993
    edited December 2018

    here's some crying ants ;) animated in Carrara with motion thingies

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  • MistaraMistara Posts: 38,675

    click video

    I made Brian Connolly's hair from The Sweet

    this is not him just the hair cheeky

    you need no smoothing or geometry changes also applying a shader preset borked it so I manually had to add maps

    thanks Wendy.

    there's a few of my novel characters spawned my my glam metal boy toy fantasies heart, cindarella, dl roth, coverdale. tho i look back now at some of them, cant believe what i was thinkin. like, yuck, now. 

  • WendyLuvsCatzWendyLuvsCatz Posts: 31,100
    edited December 2018
    Mystarra said:

    click video

    I made Brian Connolly's hair from The Sweet

    this is not him just the hair cheeky

    you need no smoothing or geometry changes also applying a shader preset borked it so I manually had to add maps

    thanks Wendy.

    there's a few of my novel characters spawned my my glam metal boy toy fantasies heart, cindarella, dl roth, coverdale. tho i look back now at some of them, cant believe what i was thinkin. like, yuck, now. 

    the hair loads on your jonathon fiine and can add smoothing in render but loading a preset shader seems to muck it up for some reason must affect the UV's manually adding maps is OK I am puzzled by this

    https://www.daz3d.com/forums/uploads/FileUpload/5f/ac7670e80a53fa2aa73933fdb94f1c.zip

    just linking zip as sometimes Carrara hides attachments

    maybe its the UV wrap

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  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 12,491

    Making my arrangements to travel from Washington, DC to Dallas, Texas for the holidays.  It is roughly the same distance as Paris to Minsk. Just for adventure reasons, am looking for alternatives to flying.  It is crazy.  If I take the Amtrak train, the route goes to Chicago first (and costs more than twice as much as flying).  For those unfamiliar with US geography, it would be like going from Paris to Minsk, but stopping in Rome first.  Adds almost a full day to the travel time.  Guess I will be flying.

     

    Making my arrangements to travel from Washington, DC to Dallas, Texas for the holidays.  It is roughly the same distance as Paris to Minsk. Just for adventure reasons, am looking for alternatives to flying.  It is crazy.  If I take the Amtrak train, the route goes to Chicago first (and costs more than twice as much as flying).  For those unfamiliar with US geography, it would be like going from Paris to Minsk, but stopping in Rome first.  Adds almost a full day to the travel time.  Guess I will be flying.

    .

    i am taking the train.  A truck hit the train less than an hour after we departed DC  thankfully, no serious injuries to anyone.  But, delayed long time, and then more delays as train must yield right of way in off hours.  They just announced I will miss my connection in Chicago.  Likely will result in my arrival in Texas more than a full day later than scheduled.  

     

    Aargh.

     

  • MistaraMistara Posts: 38,675

    Making my arrangements to travel from Washington, DC to Dallas, Texas for the holidays.  It is roughly the same distance as Paris to Minsk. Just for adventure reasons, am looking for alternatives to flying.  It is crazy.  If I take the Amtrak train, the route goes to Chicago first (and costs more than twice as much as flying).  For those unfamiliar with US geography, it would be like going from Paris to Minsk, but stopping in Rome first.  Adds almost a full day to the travel time.  Guess I will be flying.

     

    Making my arrangements to travel from Washington, DC to Dallas, Texas for the holidays.  It is roughly the same distance as Paris to Minsk. Just for adventure reasons, am looking for alternatives to flying.  It is crazy.  If I take the Amtrak train, the route goes to Chicago first (and costs more than twice as much as flying).  For those unfamiliar with US geography, it would be like going from Paris to Minsk, but stopping in Rome first.  Adds almost a full day to the travel time.  Guess I will be flying.

    .

    i am taking the train.  A truck hit the train less than an hour after we departed DC  thankfully, no serious injuries to anyone.  But, delayed long time, and then more delays as train must yield right of way in off hours.  They just announced I will miss my connection in Chicago.  Likely will result in my arrival in Texas more than a full day later than scheduled.  

     

    Aargh.

     

    sounds major headache

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 6,401

    Making my arrangements to travel from Washington, DC to Dallas, Texas for the holidays.  It is roughly the same distance as Paris to Minsk. Just for adventure reasons, am looking for alternatives to flying.  It is crazy.  If I take the Amtrak train, the route goes to Chicago first (and costs more than twice as much as flying).  For those unfamiliar with US geography, it would be like going from Paris to Minsk, but stopping in Rome first.  Adds almost a full day to the travel time.  Guess I will be flying.

     

    Making my arrangements to travel from Washington, DC to Dallas, Texas for the holidays.  It is roughly the same distance as Paris to Minsk. Just for adventure reasons, am looking for alternatives to flying.  It is crazy.  If I take the Amtrak train, the route goes to Chicago first (and costs more than twice as much as flying).  For those unfamiliar with US geography, it would be like going from Paris to Minsk, but stopping in Rome first.  Adds almost a full day to the travel time.  Guess I will be flying.

    .

    i am taking the train.  A truck hit the train less than an hour after we departed DC  thankfully, no serious injuries to anyone.  But, delayed long time, and then more delays as train must yield right of way in off hours.  They just announced I will miss my connection in Chicago.  Likely will result in my arrival in Texas more than a full day later than scheduled.  

     

    Aargh.

     

    we will expect a render of the situation ASAP devil

     

    tickets please.... for the Polar Express ...

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 12,491

    Well, only 8 hours late, but I am in Chicago, everyone on the train missed the connections, and Amtrak has put the lot of us up in hotels until arrangements can be made tomorrow.  I actually did do a render of a desert Southwest landscape while stuck on the train.  Will post it later.  I’m not on my computer right now.

  • now there are zombie cyclones

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