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3D Modeling Spotlight

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Kimimaro49

Senior Member

06-11-2012

Hey,

so we got the Splashart spotlights, which are nice and stuff, but how about a 3D-Modelling Spotlight? I believe it would be interesting to look at as well, plus it would be something new.


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DarkOmegaMK2

Senior Member

06-11-2012

no.


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jackbro

Senior Member

06-11-2012

Mmm. Sona


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Exentrick

Senior Member

06-11-2012

Why's he getting downvoted? Would it be to complicated to record the 3-D model creating process?


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Misentro

Senior Member

06-11-2012

Cass got one.


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NakedGranny

Senior Member

06-11-2012

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GodAwfulPlayer:
Why's he getting downvoted? Would it be to complicated to record the 3-D model creating process?


no.

it's actually child's play to create a playblast of a turntable, only slightly more work required to record your working process the same way they do art spotlights (the recording application takes a snapshot every time your mouse interacts with something, or even at a set frame rate per time period, and it's edited/compressed in video-editing software afterward, of course). not more complicated, no.

it's more likely that they don't want to give away "tech secrets" or whatever bull**** excuse. their animation rigs might involve some proprietary magic but i really doubt it, and it's not like you can steal their tech just by watching a 5 frames-per-minute recording of an artist plopping down polygons.


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