Maya for 3D Printing - Rapid Prototyping
In this course we're going to look at something a little different, creating technically accurate 3D printed parts.
# 1 16-08-2011 , 04:29 AM
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My Dream Office Challenge - Anasasis

Been a long long time since I was here but thinking I will
give this challenge a go. So what im thinking is recreating a victorian era style study,

I would love to have an office with floor to ceiling books, etc. etc. spetember 26???
i should have enough time to finish it.... hopefully

# 2 16-08-2011 , 06:32 AM
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Good to see more people tackling this. Good luck!user added image


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# 3 16-08-2011 , 06:35 AM
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Good to have you in the comp. That sounds like a nightmare office to me...I HATE READING. Although if it was picture books, i might like that haha. Sounds like a great concept and hope you have time to complete it.


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# 4 30-08-2011 , 03:03 AM
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So I finally had a chance to start last night and
this is where i got to. Im hoping to start a main desk
in the middle today and then the epic book challenge.

so to do list:
-Texture Room
-Chandelier
-Desk
-Chair
-Books
-Light Fittings
-Desk objects (lamp, books, computer)
Then lighting and rendering

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# 5 01-09-2011 , 01:54 PM
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I was wondering when the next update would come. user added image Shaping up well so far.


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# 6 06-09-2011 , 03:30 AM
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The chair for the office completed still needs texturing but im happy with it, ive done a fair
bit more to the rest of the office ill post an upload of that soonish

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# 7 06-09-2011 , 03:32 AM
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before anyone says anything i just extended out the base lol

# 8 06-09-2011 , 03:48 AM
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and the current office and i cam currently crying like a little school girl in the corner of my room thinking about the idea of texturing those books lol

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# 9 06-09-2011 , 04:10 AM
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i put the chair in

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# 10 06-09-2011 , 04:13 AM
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so next on the list:
-finish bottom of the book shelf cabinets
- do something with the flooring
-model lamp for desk
-misc. objects for desk
-start texturing user added image
-light render
-fall over and die

# 11 25-09-2011 , 05:21 PM
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Hi anasis,

Please post your final entry here before the end of Friday. Don't fall over and die before that time user added image

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