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nice - stuff :twisted:
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A little some thing to help you sleep . :shock:

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Here's my large popcorn and large soda. Total time 1hr 13 minutes.

The popcorn itself was really easy. Make a lathe line, redraw as semicirle, set Curvy map up high and paint here and there with white and smooth it down. Instant popcorn.



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very nice .

what next ?
some thing spring time - out door what ever , cheer us UP !
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Artist and Model - no spring yet :shock:

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That's pretty cool.....like a wire sculpture.
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Very nice work. I shall conjur something up soon!
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Good Mr. Nemo, join the fray.

Ok BigH requests something spring time.

I would suggest flowers but they are very difficult to do without the mesh tools to bend lofts and such. Can't wait to get those abilities back.

But trees aren't too hard...so

How about a tree and a tire swing? Always been a spring memory from childhood.

Next item up for bid.......a tree and a tire swing.

You have been challenged!
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For Monsoon... decided it was about time I threw my hat into the ring... so here is my pitiful rendition of a tyre swing. :D Had a half day at work... so I had some free time to play, but don't ask how long it took me. :roll: I am soooo out of practice.
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And for Spring lovers everywhere... some daffs.
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Pretty! Nice modelin there! :) :) :) :)
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that is so cool :D

now if it had a pond to swing over :!:

fell better all ready :lol:
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Post by Monsoon »

Yay Cabletoru!!!!

I'm so glad you are able to join our little exercise room.

A most excellent answer to the challenge. Especially the daffodils and the tire. Well done!
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Thanks guys.. I'm looking forward to seeing your versions.

Exported the scene to C4D fixed the seams... still a WIP... have to fix the rope maps (maybe bigger map than standard 256x256?)... and figure out the lighting... and maybe importing some Poser stuff in the background. The tree foliage and grass generated using the hairdepartment plugin for C4D.

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heres the pond - with a monkey , he loves the swing :lol:

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Post by mykyl »

Cabletoru,

What version of C4d are you using? Also how did you do the leaves with Hair department? What version is it?

Cheers

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