LittleGreyMan wrote:Thanks Michael.
More used to technical CAD, I absolutely didn't catch your method before trying it: why export a model and re-import it? Brilliant.
You sometimes have to think out of the box to design one
LittleGreyMan wrote:mezalick wrote:come be part of the event....
Not exactly next door…
LittleGreyMan wrote:You bet?
Just have a look at my location
t28c34 wrote:So Michael,
Did you model out all of the girl and the chicken? I want to learn how to model and sculpt like that.
t28c34 wrote:Yes I refer back to the videos quite a bit, and like anything it just takes practice. . I did pic up a Wacom Intuos pen tablet a while back and that does help a lot. Which one do you use? I was wondering if a Wacom Cintiq pen display would be easier being able to work right over the component.
martin54 wrote:Michael do you really find the sculpting tools that much easier using a tablet or is it simply a case of that is what you are use to ?
I ask because being new to modelling if I could find a tablet at a price I could afford (which isn't a lot ) then it may be worth looking out for one so I learn to use the tablet at the same time as learning to model.
I've actually got a wacom tablet lying in the cupboard but it's an old Intuos GD-0912-R & I haven't been able to use it since upgrading to windows 7. I did have it running on a virtual machine running xp but it didn't seem to function that well. Don't have the virtual machine running anymore as I no longer have a need for the software I set it up to run.
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