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 22-12-2010 , 02:35 AM
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Hot Stuff - Original SM Gallery Image by Philip

These chilis were modeled and rendered in Lightwave version 7.5 in 2003 for SimplyLightwave.

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# 2 22-12-2010 , 05:57 AM
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They look cool...I mean hot...dammit they look good.

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# 3 19-04-2011 , 06:42 PM
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little bump .Overall this is amazing..user added image like the specularity.

# 4 19-04-2011 , 08:06 PM
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I like it too it's simple and nice. We had a free tutorial on SimplyLightwave for creating this specific render but we had to take it off the new site because the audio was beyond saving. Check out Philip's gallery as well, https://www.liquid-arts.de/new_gallery.htm he's made a lot of pretty stuff user added image

# 5 02-08-2011 , 10:27 PM
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Excellent work user added image ! Always enjoy seeing the Lightwave renders, and back in 2003 (dang!)

# 6 17-09-2011 , 02:41 AM
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Hey... Nice post for me.. I like this post and image..
Overall this is amazing post, I'll share it with others..


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# 7 03-10-2011 , 04:27 PM
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They look great, I grow these regularly LOL.

# 8 10-11-2011 , 07:01 PM
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That has a gorgeous texture to it!

# 9 06-04-2012 , 09:58 AM
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Is it a bump texture on the shader that gives it the lumpiness, or some kind of billow in the spec? would anyone hassard a guess?

# 10 06-04-2012 , 02:31 PM
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I particularly liked the tag line I saw on one of his pages....

"...and remember mesh is only one letter away from mess."

Very true words indeed!


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# 11 06-04-2012 , 08:41 PM
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Is it a bump texture on the shader that gives it the lumpiness, or some kind of billow in the spec? would anyone hassard a guess?

If I remember correctly it was just a noise layer added to the bump channel.

# 12 23-04-2012 , 02:06 AM
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Just like they are real chilis,simple and beautiful!user added image


# 13 30-04-2012 , 11:02 PM
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Looks super realistic, awesome work


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