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 08-02-2003 , 06:38 AM
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Still: One Eyed!

The ship is made with Nurb surfaces. The Pirate is also a Nurbs patch model fully rigged. I used Photoshop to build my textures.
This still is a teaser for a animated short I am planning to create. The trailor is on my site at Hauser 3D
I was hoping that is was "Good enough for the Gallerie!"
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# 2 08-02-2003 , 06:45 AM
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Wow. Such detail, such creativity, such magnificence! *falls on his knees* It's...............beautiful!

# 3 08-02-2003 , 06:47 AM
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Um.... wow.....

This is gallery material. It needs to go into the gallery. user added image


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# 4 08-02-2003 , 06:48 AM
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I agree, this is beautiful! Excellent work man.


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# 7 08-02-2003 , 07:41 AM
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awsome pic. nice lighting. The stars are a little on the HUGE side, but its ok.

went to your site. you do some high end kick ass modeling my friend. gj.


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# 8 08-02-2003 , 07:44 AM
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I was hoping that is was "Good enough for the Gallerie!"

good enough he says... if this doesnt get into the gallery im going to cry...its totally brilliant...

# 9 08-02-2003 , 04:01 PM
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WOW, awsome job! :wow:


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# 10 08-02-2003 , 07:12 PM
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you must never hit the gym. hehhe.. this must of taken you forvever.

two thumbs up. waiting for peter pan.

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Hit the gym! I can't get out of the gym. The problem is I just don't sleep much.

Thanks for the comps!

# 12 09-02-2003 , 12:47 PM
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this is great. the lighting is perfect sets the proper mood

# 13 09-02-2003 , 04:24 PM
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Really? Do you work in 3d? I work in a office during the days. At nite I go for kungfu classes. I only have the energy for 3d on the weekends.

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Looks great!

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