Sculpted Prims in Curvy 3D (For Second Life)

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Sculpted Prims in Curvy 3D (For Second Life)

Postby Simon » Tue Mar 30, 2010 7:43 pm

You can easily make Sculpties in Curvy - in fact Curvy modelling is so similar to Sculptie modelling that you can just draw a line and export the result immediately without having to touch UVs or export settings or plugins!

It is really very simple! Just draw, sculpt and save.

Torley Linden checking out Curvy 3D in Second Life

Video of sculpting for Second Life
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Here are some more examples of Sculpted Prims made in Curvy, with most now selling on xstreetsl

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Making Sculpites In Curvy 3D for Second Life

Postby Demona » Thu Apr 01, 2010 10:38 am

You can easily make Sculpties in Curvy - in fact Curvy modelling is so similar to Sculptie modelling that you can just draw a line and export the result immediately without having to touch UVs or export settings or plugins!


Hello,

When I try to export the file, the only available options I see are obj. 3DS and DirectX. Of course these don't work in Second Life as a sculpty unless converted to a suitable format. If I don't need a plugin or other settings, what am I missing?

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Postby sculptor » Thu Apr 01, 2010 2:39 pm

the latest beta has sculptie mode under the edit menu
only when this is enabled does the sculptie save format become available
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Postby Simon » Thu Apr 01, 2010 7:13 pm

Welcome to Curvy Demona, I hope you will have lots of fun with the Sculpties - just remember to turn on Sculptie mode in the edit menu of the 2.0 Beta.

I have sent you the Beta - I think my initial Beta invite in response to the Curvy 1.5 sale got lost in gmail somewhere.
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Postby Demona » Fri Apr 02, 2010 1:16 pm

Thanks Simon,

I received the beta version and I have to say I'm very excited about the results sofar!

This seems a lot easier for me than other programs I've used over the last two years.

Here is a snapshot taken from SecondLife of my first object. Just a rough test of course.

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Postby jikito » Sat Apr 03, 2010 7:19 pm

ohh wow! SL users already!

Hi guys Im jikito! er aka Jorie Muircastle in SL...

Pleasure meeting you!
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Postby Simon » Sat Apr 03, 2010 9:22 pm

That is a pretty flower, plenty of detail for a sculptie too - I am happy how fast SL users learn Curvy, I think it uses a similar way of thinking about a sculpt :)
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sculpties

Postby Venkman » Wed Jun 30, 2010 9:13 pm

I'm excited to find this program and this site. I've been wanting to get into sculpties for awhile now but found other program learning curves daunting.

I'm just now practicing on the demo version. Finding the forum and some folks from Second Life here has given me inspiration.

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Postby Simon » Fri Jul 02, 2010 12:13 pm

Hi Venkman :) You can see lots more sculpties made with Curvy at the Lost Boys Sculptie shop in Second Life
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Re: Sculpted Prims in Curvy 3D (For Second Life)

Postby Artistniko » Sun May 06, 2012 2:43 pm

[quote="Simon"]You can easily make Sculpties in Curvy - in fact Curvy modelling is so similar to Sculptie modelling that you can just draw a line and export the result immediately without having to touch UVs or export settings or plugins!

It is really very simple! Just draw, sculpt and save.
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Yes i am agreed with u this is much easy than i tried other programs gave me really hard time to create it.
Im using demo right now to try out before decide to buy it. its much easy and i thought that sl forum might have help about curvy3d for how to do rigged mesh and just need dae file able to upload a model in sl. How will i do it or do it have support for model,rigged,dae?
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Postby Simon » Mon May 07, 2012 9:34 am

Curvy does not support rigged meshes or dae for SL, sorry.
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Postby Artistniko » Mon May 07, 2012 10:43 pm

Oh...well thank u for let me know. i prefer this as sculpt products bec i love Curvy 3d its much better anyway. =)
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Postby Artistniko » Tue May 08, 2012 1:45 am

Simon wrote:Curvy does not support rigged meshes or dae for SL, sorry.


I have idea if u do saved from curvy 3d and open it in other program that have support dae or collada?
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