I'm Baaaaaaaack....

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I'm Baaaaaaaack....

Postby mamaswami » Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:53 am

Hi Simon. :)

Remember me? I was one of the first to beta test Curvy years back, coming in as an artist totally clueless about 3d construction. I came up with the Cleo and Aztec Eagle Knight images way early on. :)

It's been years, but I've been so busy lately I haven't had time to play with my computer. However, I'm about to retire and the first thing I thought of was getting a new copy of Curvy. I was delighted to see 3.0 while perusing the DAZ site, and downloaded it.

However, it is asking for the infamous KEYCODE, and I didn't get one from the DAZ site. The DAZ site is extremely user-unfriendly, and I haven't been able to figure out how to ask them for one. Any ideas?

Nice to see you still up and operating! :)
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Re: I'm Baaaaaaaack....

Postby Simon » Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:57 am

Hey! :D Welcome back!

I'm not sure how the back end of Daz's shop works or what their system is for keys... so I'll pm you with a key.
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Re: I'm Baaaaaaaack....

Postby mamaswami » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:04 am

Thanks, Simon! :)

It's great to be back and still see some familiar faces (so to speak!) around here.

I imagine I'll be spending a while learning the new program, but I do intend to participate here on the forum when I get the hang of it. Shouldn't take too long if it's much like the 1.0 version. Just more sophisticated, I imagine?
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Re: I'm Baaaaaaaack....

Postby Simon » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:10 am

IMHO I think even simpler than 1.0 to get started with - lots of 3D basics like Grids and Drag Handles make basic editing easier, and has lots of very helpful tools when you want to dig deeper (Treading on the toes of sculpting software like Sculptris and Mudbox)
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Re: I'm Baaaaaaaack....

Postby mamasw » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:14 am

Great news, Simon. :) After all, you were the REAL pioneer in this fabulous method. I was looking at the gallery and seeing some fabulous stuff there. I'm anxious to get going!

(Logged in under my old ID :) )
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Re: I'm Baaaaaaaack....

Postby mykyl » Sun Oct 18, 2015 4:32 pm

Nice to see some old faces round here. Old as in long time users not age related. ;)
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Re: I'm Baaaaaaaack....

Postby mamasw » Mon Oct 19, 2015 8:21 am

mykyl wrote:Nice to see some old faces round here. Old as in long time users not age related. ;)


Hi Mykie! Long time no see! It's great to be back. :)
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Re: I'm Baaaaaaaack....

Postby bigH » Tue Dec 08, 2015 8:22 am

good to hear from the old folks :D
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