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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.1 
Well, it keeps the old fart off the streets!

I have so much fun when I am feeling brighterl!

Brian

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 From:  steve (STEEVE)
2230.2 In reply to 2230.1 
I like it Brian
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.3 In reply to 2230.2 
Should I be carefull of whom is knocking at the door?

A lot of crazy fun.

Brian

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 From:  WillBellJr
2230.4 In reply to 2230.1 
I like this model as well - very nice, Brian.

Some how though after texturing, it now reminds of the that old SciFi movie Day of the Triffids! :-D



-Will

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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.5 In reply to 2230.4 
A bit more fun.

To all--have a great 2009!

Brian

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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.6 In reply to 2230.5 
Castles in the air!

Could not sleep in the early hours so started this.

Brian

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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.7 In reply to 2230.6 
Only 2.30pm?

Quite proud of myself!
Good fun.

Brian

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 From:  Anis
2230.8 In reply to 2230.7 
Hi Brian,

BTW, you create the model just for fun or for a real project ?
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.9 In reply to 2230.8 
Hi Anis

You mean I should have a REAL purpose?

No luck!

I am living one day at a time and everything is done for the fun of the moment.

The thing about using MoI, and with my long exposure to Carrara, is that I don"t need drawings or measurements--I start, like creating an oil or water colour painting, by putting down a mark and then just folow the inspirations that my odd mind is inspired by from that first mark.

Does good old South Aussie Coopers Extra Stout help me?----well I am happy!!!!!!

Brian
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 From:  Anis
2230.10 In reply to 2230.9 
Hi Brian,

I just want to know the model you have created just for fun or real project that make money. For me, sometimes I just create 3D model for fun and exercise.
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.11 In reply to 2230.10 
Anis

I would love to be able again to make it outside to paint. Just answering the front door--6feet away-- is a problem now.

The great thing, when I was painting, was to go outside under this tree in the back yard with a lovely white, blank, canvas!

NOTHING is more inspiring than a blank canvass!

Brian

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
2230.12 
Hi Brian
Inside: take a photo or use a moi file of the Moi Castle
and use something like this for redraw the castle's forms


Ouside: paint it with inspiration ;)
http://thefutureofthings.com/articles.php?itemId=48/59/

EDITED: 12 Dec 2008 by PILOU

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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.13 In reply to 2230.12 
(Just toooo clever Pilou!)

NOW, DON'T LAUGH!

Had this wierd idea for an insect with legs and hair--all in MoI--using lots of Array.
(1am in the morning idea!---arrggghhh!)

What a can of worms that the practicalities of doing it provide!

AND, fiddling with a Brian version of the Claw---a lot of interesting learning.

Brian

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 From:  WillBellJr
2230.14 
Your modeling skillz has bumped WAY UP Brian, I like both the castle and millipede!


Actually if you were to rig a spine in the millipede and perhaps some kind of morph based animation for the legs (moving in a wavey pattern back and forth) - you'd have a nicely functioning miliMonster there!

-Will
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.15 In reply to 2230.14 
Thanks Will.
Great fun with the claw on PaQs thread--see my last post there..

Will have a look at this insect again now. I would like to resolve my initial ideas properly.

Doing the animation idea in Carrara is really fairly straight forward in Carrara, but very time consuming. I just don't have enough patience.

Brian
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.16 In reply to 2230.15 
Amazing what a fresh mind, and a few more hours of MoI modelling learning provides!

Brian

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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.17 In reply to 2230.16 
Hope this really examples the fun that one can have with MoI and Carrara.

Brian

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 From:  WillBellJr
2230.18 
Yeah, I know what you mean about patience - I think that's what prevents me from being PAQ! :-P
(Well perhaps talent as well...)

That 9-5 drains me - I usually force myself to stay up till around 1am - 2am but oh if I had my whole day to devote to my hobbies...

-Will
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.19 In reply to 2230.18 
This is a "Polychaete Worm" Version.

Brian

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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2230.20 In reply to 2230.19 
A friend was having considerations about creating Acanthus Leaf carved embelishments for an historical boat he is building in 3D.

Here are two examples I created in MoI and a Carrara render where I took the MoI .obj file save into the Carrara Vertex Room and "softened" it.

Hope of interest

Brian

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