honesttjohn wrote:There should be more time spent teaching, demonstrating, and explaining. If you noticed, most of us were "mature" individuals - some (like me) who have a slower learning curve using all this new technology. Once a person gets discouraged and gives up, they very seldom go back and try again. Such is the case with Beki. After a few do this, put this here, looks good, etc I began to lose interest. She just assumed we all knew and understood everything she was doing and how to do it because she's so well versed in it. Not necessarily true.
You take a rectangle, turn on node editing, right click on a vector, hit 'to Arc (A)'. Tadaaaa, your vector is converted to the correct Arc.
Now that we have had a week for the “gee-whiz” to settle and the star-struck “I talked with (fill in your favorite Vectric stars here)!!” to fade a bit, I just want to say that this was an excellent experience, and one I will definitely repeat. A rousing THANK YOU to all who had a hand in making this happen.
gkas wrote:I can't find it anywhere...... Where is the presentation on turning a 3D model into a relief model. I've looked all over V&CO and the thumb drive. That's one I need to watch at least a dozen times....
mtylerfl wrote:gkas wrote:I can't find it anywhere...... Where is the presentation on turning a 3D model into a relief model. I've looked all over V&CO and the thumb drive. That's one I need to watch at least a dozen times....
That was the Emboss tutorial given by Edward. It's not on the USB. It was an addition to the program as a fill-in for a speaker who couldn't attend at the last-minute.
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