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  • __ ^^ __ @Still learning new stuff in it :)

    We feel the same way, Hexagon is often underestimated.

     

  • A3DLoverA3DLover Posts: 196
    edited March 27

    Bruder, the video tutorial is half way down page 2 of the Hexagon Tutorials page, here's a link to the page

    https://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/298/hexagon-tutorial-list/p2

    A3Dlover, I really like your telescope and desk, don't know how you can work using "forms" my CDO (extreme OCD (kidding)) forces me to name things as I go.

    Protozoon - I realise its a sneak peak (teaser) but what are you making ? I really like the screw heads, great detail.

    i have some models ive made that use a naming convention. the model i call "modo mech" on my sharecg page for example. i applied a modo app tutorial to hex and worked out pretty good. did same thing with 3d coat tut applied to hex. not all fancy pricy apps have tuts thatll work with hex but quite a few do. i modelled my stargate daedalus in anim8or. ive tried to redo it in hex but i just cant keep going on it for some reason. @Protozoon nice horn, that would be as difficult to model as to build irl. our shop worked on conn-selmer horns years ago ( strativarius trumpets doing finishing on them) they were difficult to work on even in pieces.
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  • Wee Dangerous JohnWee Dangerous John Posts: 1,550
    edited April 29

    Here's one of the props from a small set I'm putting together at the moment, I'm just about to do the rigging so this is still in the WIP stage so things might change. Hopefully I will not come across to many problems. 

    Edit. Took me a while but I managed to upload the pic in the end laugh

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  • jjmainorjjmainor Posts: 429

    That looks cool!  Are you going to make a dingy, bloody texture add-on for every doing horror renders?

     

  • Wee Dangerous JohnWee Dangerous John Posts: 1,550
    edited April 30

    At the moment I'm just trying to get the rigging etc to work, there is a texture artist or two I could ask if they're interested.

    A3DLover, have you tidied your desk yet ?

    We (since my wife passed away it's just me and my son) are having new internet put in and the main cable to the router goes behind the shelving unit. My workstation is in the corner of my bedroom so it's a bit cramped in here. All the cables are tucked away in the corner and everything will have to come out before the internet engineer comes to put a new router/cables in (this Friday coming).

     

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  • A3DLoverA3DLover Posts: 196

    At the moment I'm just trying to get the rigging etc to work, there is a texture artist or two I could ask if they're interested.

    A3DLover, have you tidied your desk yet ?

    We (since my wife passed away it's just me and my son) are having new internet put in and the main cable to the router goes behind the shelving unit. My workstation is in the corner of my bedroom so it's a bit cramped in here. All the cables are tucked away in the corner and everything will have to come out before the internet engineer comes to put a new router/cables in (this Friday coming).

     

    sorry to hear about your wife John. i never had a wife or children. also no i havent done anything about cleaning up my pc or its location. i really should clean my pc and possible update to a modern machine.
  • Wee Dangerous JohnWee Dangerous John Posts: 1,550

    Thanks A3DLover. The engineer is coming tomorrow so will have to get everything ready for him today, I will leave it till later today (this evening) as it should not take long.

    The saw is finished now, rigging etc did not go right first time, as per normal, but I got there in the end. Now I'm planning on making a small hand sander, using the same battery again smiley

  • Wee Dangerous JohnWee Dangerous John Posts: 1,550
    edited June 5

    Just for you JJmainor laugh Putting the finishing touches to the set and thought I'd try my hand at a touch of gore.

    Edit - Still takes me a while to post an image properly here, old age :)

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  • A3DLoverA3DLover Posts: 196

    Just for you JJmainor laugh Putting the finishing touches to the set and thought I'd try my hand at a touch of gore.

    Edit - Still takes me a while to post an image properly here, old age :)

    gotta try making a render where blood is flinging everywhere like a japanese anime
  • mach25mach25 Posts: 228

    Hi

    Wee Dangerous John,should she be shown drilling and grinding into a hexagon concurrent Software Box?cheeky

    trying to make liquer glasses,bottles and beer and whisky glasses for a bar

    maybe make morph for 100%-0% drinked liquer also

     

     

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  • Mach25, will these be for DAZ Studio Iray ?

  • mach25mach25 Posts: 228
    edited June 13

    Wee Dangerous John said:

    Mach25, will these be for DAZ Studio Iray ?

    I mostly make things for my own artwork,not a regular content maker,so I dont know

     

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  • Just wondering if you were going to use the Hex-DS bridge and Iray shaders. 

  • mach25mach25 Posts: 228
    edited June 19

    Wee Dangerous John said:

    Just wondering if you were going to use the Hex-DS bridge and Iray shaders. 

     

    I try bryce so far,it has beer material

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  • I started of with Bryce, it is very good (version 5). I find Iray very easy to use, but I had Reality (DAZ-LuxRender plug-in) which was very straight forward.

  • mach25mach25 Posts: 228

    Wee Dangerous John said:

    I started of with Bryce, it is very good (version 5). I find Iray very easy to use, but I had Reality (DAZ-LuxRender plug-in) which was very straight forward.

    I can use Iray too

    and also make my own textures

     

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