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A revolution in spinning /corny af
Does anyone here know houdini? Would it take long to learn for someone with a lot of experience in 3D and programming?
You'll like how intuitive it is with a programming background. If it's your first 3D program it's good to learn and get good with. If you use something else and are actually intermediate with it then don't bother.
Its not, I use C4D. I'm pretty much pushing C4D's limits it seems, C4Ds native 'coding' suite xpresso was surprisingly nice at first but its actually pretty shallow... or at least very inefficient at simple tasks.
I'm really frustrated with how little control I have over things like cloth or soft bodies in C4D.
I painstakingly made an xpresso in an attempt to make cloth work how I want, but in the end I couldn't. It also seems to only utilise 1/4th of my CPU in calculations.
It made me think that learning Houdini might be a good idea, just based on the fact it uses some kind of actual programming language as a core rather than an extra thing no one cares about as well as being better fitted towards simulation(?).
What was his fucking problem?
God dammit OP, you just flooded back all the memories of me watching those obscure fucking animations from random people all around the world
Do you usually make and paint your own leaf sculpts for your foliage, or do you take photos from either your neighborhood or the internet?
I like the idea of making all my leaves since I have complete control over how it looks and everything, though its obviously not the most practical or efficient thing to do when you have to populate an entire environment. Photography i think will always look best if you want to go photorealistic.
I hand-paint 100% of my textures but obviously that depends on how much time you have and what style you're going for.
In my case its usually helpful to hand-paint foliage because I can exaggerate detail in a way you don't get in a photorealistic style that reads better as leaves.
I made this video doyou like my 3D movie?
this is big date and i am read inglish a litle
As far a weeb shit goes it's fairly good, animation is nice and fluid, clothing looks natural, it does clip a lot but that's fairly hard fix and isn't glaringly obvious. Lighting on the charter looks too bight in some of the shots. the backgrounds are a little strange, you've got this anime character, but then you got a real life background its very apparent when there are people in the background moving making it blend quite badly. anti-aliasing is not the best, all the edges are quite jagged.
overall I give it a 7/10, good job. any proof that you made it?
What is your rendering CPU preference and why?
I'd really like to get Ryzen TR once it's out. The level of scalability it has is just too good to pass up, it's the kind of shit you used to had to spend upwards of $10,000 on a workstation to get.
I am using an i7-7700k / 32GB / 8GB p4000 quadro / 2TB SSD.
I previously used an i7-6700 none k / 16GB / RX 470 4GB / 1 TB SSD
Both Windows 10 pro.
I saw very little improvement from the intel i7-6700 to 7700k.
I'm waiting for that new dell all in one that comes with a Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3ghz max 3.7GHz with 32GB DDR 4 / RX 580 to come.
Gonna update to windows 10 pro ( As I hate homes limitations. )
Basically. I don't know if I can trust Ryzen for work, I will find out.
As for all-in-one. For the first time ( outside of overpriced pos like origic pc omen all-in-one [ which is not a true all-in-one ] ) No one has made a quality high end all-in-one till now.
And the way I figured. Its finally overkill for all my needs except for 3D modeling work.
I just hope the Ryzen 7 1700 and RX 580 actually deliver in 3D programs and some heavy gaming I do on my current pcs. When not doing 3D stuff.
Can update how it works on 3D, as I post here sometimes.
>Mudbox cannot into trim/hard sur-
Μan was I glad to figure out custom sculpt brushes.
I've got this small filter ball that I need multiple instances to fill this empty filter box.
I'm wondering if there's a better way to do this that doesn't involve me duplicating an instance of the ball and manually place dozens of filter balls in a convincing manner.
This will be useful in the future for the rest of my model
My GoogleFu was not good enough to find an answer.
Yeah, you just need to apply a tiny bit of MassFX.
It's really not hard. Here's the outline, you're gonna have to fill in the blanks yourself.
1: set up container as 'static rigid body' make sure mesh type is set to concave.
2. Set ball object as 'dynamic rigid body'. Instance the ball as many times as you want once you've done this. Just gave them instanced, floating in air above the container.
3. In your MassFX toolbar hit 'play simulation without animation.'
4. Stand back in wonder as the balls fall down into the container and fill the space realistically.
5. Capture transforms. Select all, convert to edit poly.
And no signup required. Saw the announcement on Blendernation and it seems legit.
Most textures seem to be 4k+.
Has anyone else seen this yet? Just found out about it the other day. This is something I have been needing for years.
You can pay $49 a month for the personal version or $99 a month for the indie. You can get a permanent license for $199 for the personal version or $399 for the indie.
Here is the site. They also have a free trial too
Haven't tried it yet but if anyone has please let us know how it is.
Hey /3/, i'm a noob that needs help choosing his first tablet for zbrush, the problem is that i'm between:
-A refurbished Wacom cth490ak
-A Xp star 03
I'm on a 60$ budget, and the problem is that some people say that h610 is shit with zbrush, Cant find shit about xp pen, and wacom is refurbished, so which one?, Or are there any alternatives for 60$?
I agree with you, i have seen the good reputation of Wacom,but the problem is that i'm buying a refurbished one, so 60 $ for that model refurbished is okay or should i use it on another brand?
How do create models from the ps1 or something similar to the clayish like models from 90s pc games? Do i lower the polygons when creating?
you create models and use only vertex colors and standard smooth shading with point lights
the reason it looks terrible and shitty is because of mipmapping,resolution and the fact that's usually a sprite and not a model
You lump basic polygon primitives on top of each other to form characters and don't use modern skinning techniques to rig, you just parent shit on top of each other.
Does this look like a decent walking and running cycle? :/
It's my very first "animation", and I don't know if it looks ok or its just me.
It's clearly a "first animation" with a lot of problems, making it look robotic. No smooth arc trajectories, identically mirrored poses for all blocks, low framerate, totally stiff foot bones, no followthrough (inertial forces) on the arms, hard curves on the pelvis that make it look like a hammering motion, feet touch the ground only in the very mid frame instead of infront or behind the pelvis so it looks like he's stomping in one place rather than walking, the list goes on...
Don't let that discourage you though, it's a first animation after all.
I'm brand new to 3d modeling, I'm trying to model a low poly thing, and it seems quads on opposite sides of the mesh will indent along the line separating the polygons that make up the quad, or push out when I deform the mesh,always on opposing faces. (not sure how to describe the problem)
How does one make it so both sides of the mesh deform the same way?