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  • mach25mach25 Posts: 197
    edited April 2019

     

    I just spotted Jon's model of a gondola, and thought "I did one of those" so went looking for a render, could not find it on my local drives so went on the net and found a few on DA.

    looks great

    when I crashed my hard drive and lost things, I did the approach that ants do after you kick their anthill:rebuild lost models with a better approach and they come out better

    you also can see how your skills have become better since you made the old model,in the new version of the model

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  • Wee Dangerous JohnWee Dangerous John Posts: 1,287
    edited April 2019

    I agree with you there Mach25, its good to look back and see how far you've come.

    I'm a bit CDO ("extreme OCD - alphabetical laugh) , I back my projects up on 2nd interal drive and external ones. Just incase I mess up on the project I'm working on. Half decent test renders I store on line, I'm not worried so much about renders.

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  • JonnyRayJonnyRay Posts: 1,739

    I agree with you there Mach25, its good to look back and see how far you've come.

    I'm a bit CDO ("extreme OCD - alphabetical laugh) , I back my projects up on 2nd interal drive and external ones. Just incase I mess up on the project I'm working on. Half decent test renders I store on line, I'm not worried so much about renders.

    I have all my 3D projects in my OneDrive folder so they are synced to the cloud and to both of my PCs at home.My Render Library is there too, as well as everything else (documents, pictures, etc.) I don't want to lose. 260GB so far. I don't put my Daz Library there because that I can recover if I ever need to.

  • KitsumoKitsumo Posts: 983

    Awesome work you guys! I'm really having to work hard to keep up. Here's an old favorite I started long ago and am just now getting back to. UV mapping in Hexagon is .... an adventure. Hopefully I'll have this thing finished by next weekend. I looked through my old models and some most of them are just awful. But as long as you can learn from your mistakes it's ok, I guess.

    hanging glass chair 01

    hanging glass chair 02

    hanging glass chair 03

    hanging glass chair 04

    hanging glass chair 05

    Thanks for all the help and encouragement. Hopefully I can pass it along someday. Have a good week everyone.

  • KitsumoKitsumo Posts: 983

    Dang, it's been quiet in here. I guess everyone's hard at work.

    Here's an update to my chair. I'm still trying to get the rigging straight. Comments are welcome.

    glass bubble chair

    girl in chair

  • Love that chair Kitsumo, especially like the close-up renders - Great detail work :)

  • KitsumoKitsumo Posts: 983

    Thanks for the kind words WDJ. I'm learning so much by doing these models. I still don't quite get the hang of rigging. I think for my next project I'll try something static, like an empty room. Or a bathroom - Daz characters love bathrooms for some reason, even though you rarely see them eating or drinking anything. Go figure.laugh Have a nice day!

  • A3DLoverA3DLover Posts: 172
    edited October 2019

    well its been a while, thought i might try to "speed model" something simple. 3.5 hours later i realized how long its been since i modeled, probably 5-6 months. and yes im still using win xp pro on p4 desktop.

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  • JonnyRayJonnyRay Posts: 1,739

    Nice job, @A3DLover. It's been a long time for me too. Life was busy during the summer and only starting to slow down now. Hopefully I'll have more time/energy this winter to keep working on my projects.

  • Great looking gun . You hade it in less than 4 hours, I'm very impressed - It would probably take me a weekend to make one. 

  • ProtozoonProtozoon Posts: 357
    edited October 2019

    My latest Hexagon model.

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  • JonnyRayJonnyRay Posts: 1,739

    I love this model, @Protozoon!

    Fellow, Hexers, Protozoon's commecial thread is up too: [Coming Soon] The Roman Colosseum.

  • Built with Hexagon

  • Protozoon said:

    My latest Hexagon model.

    Very cool to know this product was built in Hexagon, awesome. 

     

  • DzFireDzFire Posts: 1,414

    Another fun project built in Hex.

  • DzFireDzFire Posts: 1,414

    A few Hex firearms.

  • Amazing work Chris smiley

  • A3DLoverA3DLover Posts: 172
    Hexagoneers Assemble!! Some amazing works fellow hexnuts. A pier on the ocean, An amazing colliseum (really like the wave effect on cloth tapestries). Amazing display of multiple era specific weaponry and military vehicle. @DzFire are those shaders or maps on the firearms?
  • DzFireDzFire Posts: 1,414
    A3DLover said:
    Hexagoneers Assemble!! Some amazing works fellow hexnuts. A pier on the ocean, An amazing colliseum (really like the wave effect on cloth tapestries). Amazing display of multiple era specific weaponry and military vehicle. @DzFire are those shaders or maps on the firearms?

    Each firearm has a unique map.

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