# Hex Gallery

## Comments

• Posts: 384
edited January 2013

RedSquare said:
:lol: :lol: :lol: I thought your ring was a bracelet. :cheese:

:long:

:-)

Wood and gold.
Always Boolean operations.
Always a little 'difficulty.
I believe that there should be a system to facilitate better definition of the model after Boolean operations.
Bye

Post edited by m_m_italy on
• Posts: 384
edited February 2013

Simple registers for pipe organ.
I take this opportunity to congratulate for work posted in these days.
Bye

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• Posts: 0
edited February 2013

Cor! Oh cor! Would you look at the text , great modeling m_m. :coolsmile:

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• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

RedSquare said:
Cor! Oh cor! Would you look at the text , great modeling m_m. :coolsmile:

Thanks Red.
:-)
Is a little exercise but not easy mapping wood.

Bye bye

• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Hello to all.
A quick little work.
You have tried to model a pencil?
I do not understand how to transform the polygon to transform it into circular.
Area dedicated to pencil sharpeners.
Bye

• Posts: 1,332
edited February 2013

Nice One M_M.

If you want to make the sharpened part more round, loop select the edge and copy & paste it. This will tell you how many points you need. Create a circle using the circle from diameter with the desired number of points, then use the ruled surface tool to bridge the 2 curves.

Post edited by Wee Dangerous John on
• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Nice One M_M.

If you want to make the sharpened part more round, loop select the edge and copy & paste it. This will tell you how many points you need. Create a circle using the circle from diameter with the desired number of points, then use the ruled surface tool to bridge the 2 curves.

Thank you.
I thought about this.....
Perhaps another way is to change profile with the addition of strings (archi).
.....non so.....
Bye

• Posts: 2,384
edited December 1969

Here is the "complete" outfit of the Night Warrior. The jacket (with armor plates), shin guards, boots, and gauntlet were all made in Hexagon 2.5, and rigged in Daz Studio 4.0. The claw blades on the gauntlet even extend and retract.

• Posts: 215
edited December 1969

Nice work Tramp. You made it. :)

• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Hello friends
A little work....
Bye bye

• Posts: 1,332
edited December 1969

Excellent modelling M_M :)

• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Excellent modelling M_M :)

Thank you very much "WDJ".
You can enter the model here in the forum?
How?
Grazie.
Bye

• Posts: 1,332
edited December 1969

M_M_Italy - If you want to make something a freebie there are a few sites but the one which jumps to mind is ShareCG -

http://www.sharecg.com/index.php

You can then post a link to it here or in the Freepository - http://www.daz3d.com/forums/categories/41/

• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

M_M_Italy - If you want to make something a freebie there are a few sites but the one which jumps to mind is ShareCG -

http://www.sharecg.com/index.php

You can then post a link to it here or in the Freepository - http://www.daz3d.com/forums/categories/41/

Ciao "W.D.J".
You can not insert the file directly here on the site?
I do not want to sign up to other sites.
One or two are more than enough for me......
I'm very sorry.

• Posts: 1,332
edited December 1969

Nice Glass effect M_M :)

At the moment I'm keeping myself busy by doing a WIP room, this is one of those projects which can last a while as I fill the room with loads of props.

• Posts: 3
edited December 1969

I made a 3 wheel thingie, but I'm playing with Hexagon for only 2 months.

• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Nice Glass effect M_M :)

At the moment I'm keeping myself busy by doing a WIP room, this is one of those projects which can last a while as I fill the room with loads of props.

Thank you.
I wish you a good job.
Congratulations on your commitment and your work with Lux Render.
Bye

• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Enso1405 said:
I made a 3 wheel thingie, but I'm playing with Hexagon for only 2 months.

Un buon inizio.
Benvenuto nel forum of Hexagon.
Bye

• Posts: 1,332
edited December 1969

Enso1405 said:
I made a 3 wheel thingie, but I'm playing with Hexagon for only 2 months.

Nice one Enso, looks like you are getting the hang of this 3D fun :)

• Posts: 3
edited December 1969

m_m_italy said:
Nice Glass effect M_M :)

At the moment I'm keeping myself busy by doing a WIP room, this is one of those projects which can last a while as I fill the room with loads of props.

Thank you.
I wish you a good job.
Congratulations on your commitment and your work with Lux Render.
Bye

I redder in bryce :-)
and thx

• Posts: 1,332
edited December 1969

I redder in bryce :-)
and thx

Personally I use Daz Studio to render, as it is free at the moment you may want to give it a try.

Modeling wise it has an advantage in that the Daz/Hex bridge allows you to morph your props. And when (when rather than if, coz we all try it at some point) you come to making clothes the Transfer Utility Tool makes it a lot easier

John

• Posts: 268
edited December 1969

Hello Hexagoners

Lately I have turned Hexagon into a little florists workshop so that I could custom build this model of a New Zealand flax plant for Bryce, I enjoyed it a lot, it was an exercise mainly in understanding how Bryce materials work. This one has only procedural materials.
It is on the Bryce forum and you may download it there if you want, I would like to make some more plants and appreciate any feedback, it helps a lot thanks.

A plant model.. in Bryce Talk...

• Posts: 1,332
edited December 1969

I really like your flax plant, nice piece of modeling/texture work.

• Posts: 2,242
edited December 1969

Very well done - thanks for sharing:)

• Posts: 268
edited March 2013

Thank you chaps

I am having a go at a New Zealand Toetoe plant , similar to Pampas grass, it is a tricky little bush :)

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• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Catamarano.
Piccolo e velocissimo divertimento.
Bye bye.

• Posts: 571
edited December 1969

I was wondering were this tread went...:red:

So here's something I'm working on. It's a request for a Poser Prop.

• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Bye bye.

• Posts: 215
edited December 1969

Really nice one m_m. :) Smooth looking.

• Posts: 384
edited December 1969

Ghostman said:
Really nice one m_m. :) Smooth looking.

Thanks Ghost.
I would really like to learn to manage the rounded shapes.
Good summer.

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