How do I go about. doing this style with blender and being able to export as a FBX file I know i can add Edge outlines to models and have it show up when i render it but that only shows up when you render not when you export
Because you're using a shader to make edge outlines instead of actual geometry outlines.
Basically >>557411 , extrude it outwards away from your model, apply pure black material, invert normals, enable backface culling on render, wa-la
So i was having an issue with maya i use to use 2016 and when i rendered a model with Lambert material it would be fine but if i did it with a texture over it then its a no go it renders black. But if i do it with the texture as a targa file its all good it dose what it has to but i need to do fast processes not make targa files and place them need be. I am an indie dev and just trying to get it to work im using Maya 2017 now using Arnold and still getting same results.
Instead of showing useless black screen why don't you show the node graph from hypershade? You don't probably have a light in your scene or you haven't specified which camera you are going to render. One out of many guesses.
Red pill me on Quixel Suite 2. I cant use that POS substance and mari seems to be lagging and for ancient grandpas.
Oh, is this another thread where top tier industry standard software is "shit" while some open source knock off garbage is amazing all according to the unemployed /3/ community who's best models look like this?
Do you use one program for modeling, texturing, and rendering, or do you use multiple for different tasks?
For example, do you model in modo and animate in Maya, or do you just use modo for everything?
How do I find a freelancing job?
Cheap prices, many threads on different 3D forums, while also being polite and humble. Just don't do royalty if you just want money. Half and half payment is probably the most compromising - people order art and then decline to pay. Make sure they're serious.
does /3/ like fractals?
post your own/rate/etc...
wanna make your own fractals?:
Please share your Blender layouts? I am looking for something that is minimal; checkout "Zen Layout for Modo"
Knowing the open source community I would say there were more discussions and waging battles about the blender layout than the features in the program itself.
I keep the default one and works fast and good for me.
What are the best courses on cgpeers about rigging and animating?
any feedback on my robot (its from some bioshock infinite concept art, see pic) before I start texturing? (also dont mind the shitty ao on top, its getting fixed)
link to model: https://sketchfab.com/models/7e19a36e4e094dab9b039dd87d529d72
you could use higher poly count and put in the details that are missing on the shoes, face and other places. Especially the big wheels are more jagged than they should be. You should also indicate the mechanisms that would get it to move. (something that is not in the concept art because painters don't understand how real things work).
You could also make it a bit less perfectly straight. Like, flair the arms up a bit, turn the legs out, etc.
Hello fellow DAE friend
I agree with the first post, the model could use more polys in general to define a little more detail, also to make the wheels rounder.
Your smoothing groups seem to be all over the place, I think some parts that should be smoothed aren't.
And for the love of all fuck, don't use the chromatic abberation on sketchfab. Makes me want to puke.
Pretty good model overall though, keep it up.
or if anyone can suggest any free equivalents
Does anyone know where I could possibly find the labels to these Winsor & Newton markers? I need them for a client and can't seem to find them, but I know they're out there somewhere
Here are more pictures of the markers
there you go i even cleaned up the background for you
Anybody know where I can find good tutorials for 3ds Max? Was wanting to try digitaltutors but it costs money, so unless theres some torrent with a collection of videos or a way to rip them from the site, I'm lost.
I'm needing to start from the very fucking basics with this program.
Cute loli oni dude.
Here, try to get on this level.
Shutendojis are suppose to be boys
I've been trying to replace watching Netflix or music with tutorials while I browse the Internet or play games. I figure it'll help me learn something right?
This is like saying that putting a book on your forehead while you sleep will help you learn things through osmosis.
You learn nothing without consciously paying attention to it. You may as well get nickelback on your playlist again instead of some random guy on Youtube telling you how to bake AO maps.
What the fuck is the grease pencil supposed to be used for in Blender?
its for sketching.
for example you are doing retopology on a model and you want to draw the topology flow before you start working so its possible.
or you can use it to write things to remember later which is useful
It's also very helpful for blocking out an animation. You quickly sketch out stick figures at certain key frames in the camera view so that the poses, framing and timing all look correct when you play them back. Afterwards you just animate your rig according to that little stick figure anim.
Instead of unwrapping an object and aligning it on a planar UV map, why not wrap an UV map around an object, aligning it with the normals and making sure it doesn't stretch too badly?
I kimda have this Idwa for retopo :v
you should have points yo ad at places and then, generate mesh around it, then some kind of projection like in zbrush. if someone's gonna automatize retopoing, this is the most logical way