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    [QUOTE=MealeaYing;983349]GRIN!
    Isn't that one of those christian mythology thingys? There are so many of them its hard to keep track, for a religion that claims to have one god they sure have a lot of them. I'm kidding around here... mostly....
    I think the kid with the zipper is a lot more scary, and hungry looking.


    i agree eheheh..that profile belong to some years ago

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    Default Hi again

    Its your favorite pesky one here.
    Thanx for the info but that about the interface stuff was not what I meant. Sorry - I should have been more specific. What I meant was just after the rendering during those seconds the object became 3d and rotatable in space etc. Just exactly what happens right there?
    You were doodling then hit render and then ???? That is what I fail to understand. Sorry if I am being a noob about this - I must be missing something really simple but just can not get my little brain around it.
    So thanx again.
    Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    i agree eheheh..that profile belong to some years ago
    GRIN!!!!!!




    Quote Originally Posted by Zsoka View Post
    Its your favorite pesky one here.
    Thanx for the info but that about the interface stuff was not what I meant. Sorry - I should have been more specific. What I meant was just after the rendering during those seconds the object became 3d and rotatable in space etc. Just exactly what happens right there?
    You were doodling then hit render and then ???? That is what I fail to understand. Sorry if I am being a noob about this - I must be missing something really simple but just can not get my little brain around it.
    So thanx again.
    Lol.
    OOOOH!
    That.
    That was an object I never did anything with I think, I do that all the time, try something out decide its crap and toss it.
    This is what I mean about needing a video editor, if I had something where I could select those frames and delete them I would have but it looks like that sort of thing is out of the question even though it was possible and easy in the very first version of Quicktime.
    The best part of that gripe is that even if I got some fancy editing software for video that has (GASP!!!!!) things like select, copy , cut, and paste I could have it for ages before I pop out of ZBrush long enough to learn how to use it... Maybe I will dig further into ZBrush's recording stuff and scripting things, I bet its possible to do everything I want without leaving my nice cozy hole in Z wall.
    nope...
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    Default Thanx M.

    OK Do not worry too much about the video stuff just keep pushing the envelope and have a great day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zsoka View Post
    OK Do not worry too much about the video stuff just keep pushing the envelope and have a great day.

    hehehe....
    Thanks for the idea Zsoka, I had to try!











    I was surprised to find that it was not only possible to fold a plane in ZBrush it was also easy, I will not however be trying to make an origami crane
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    Quote Originally Posted by MealeaYing View Post
    hehehe....
    Thanks for the idea Zsoka, I had to try!



    I was surprised to find that it was not only possible to fold a plane in ZBrush it was also easy, I will not however be trying to make an origami crane
    Out of the box into an envelope.....LOL

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    The second from last...orange with blue....Best example of OP ART that i've seen in awhile..Really vibrates..
    My color theory teacher would have loved it, as do I..
    Keep pushing that envelope Mealea..

    Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueferret View Post
    Out of the box into an envelope.....LOL

    hehehehe... thats amusing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiritDreamer View Post
    The second from last...orange with blue....Best example of OP ART that i've seen in awhile..Really vibrates..
    My color theory teacher would have loved it, as do I..
    Keep pushing that envelope Mealea..

    Glenn
    Oh my god Glenn!
    What a great point!
    I completely forgot about Op art, its maddening.
    Here is a whole bunch:
    https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...JYHs8gSi_IHwCg
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    Dynamesh in 2.5D, 2.5D in 3D and some other stuff....

    I was having a LOT of trouble coping with the way negative inserts look now in 4R4 but ZBer helped me out and while it was not initially ideal I decided that it was something I can get used to, so I did.
    This is made out of two dynamesh objects and one PixolsTo3D object.



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    really cool , love that pinnacles

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    Quote Originally Posted by MealeaYing View Post
    Dynamesh in 2.5D, 2.5D in 3D and some other stuff....

    I was having a LOT of trouble coping with the way negative inserts look now in 4R4 but ZBer helped me out and while it was not initially ideal I decided that it was something I can get used to, so I did.
    This is made out of two dynamesh objects and one PixolsTo3D object.



    That's wicked looking!

    Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    really cool , love that pinnacles
    Thanks!
    That was a lot of fun to make, it was the second one I did and after I had gotten used to ZBers trick. Now its almost as easy as 4R3 was.


    Quote Originally Posted by tonare View Post
    That's wicked looking!

    Good job!

    Thank you!
    I'm curious about your use of the word wicked, are you from somewhere around Massachusetts originally? I know you are on the opposite coast now, but that is a NE coast use of the word.
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    More random things...

    Zsoka inspired this, I used the lasso thingy and Edge-loops with Extrude on, very fun! Thanks for the idea Zsoka!!!


    This is a LOT of polygons, I used PixolsTo3D and tiled the same object four times.


    This is a close up of the polygons above:
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    And one more of this thing:


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