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Model A Ported Cube In Blender 2.7xThis tutorial is an addendum to my previous video for 3dsmax, in which I show a very simple technique to creating an interesting Ported Cube object in Blender. The procedure shown here should work in any version of Blender from 2.6x to 2.75. No addons are required, but I am utilizing the Pie Menus and Dynamic Spacebar Menu addons in this demonstration.
Please don't forget to like the video, or subscribe to my channel for many more tutorials like this, in 3dsmax and Blender. If you have any questions about the technique in this video, please don't hesitate to comment here, or on the Youtube page, and I'll try to address it promptly. Thanks again, and hope you enjoy.
[Tutorial]Keeping Bones On TU Conversion, Fast WayI've done a previous pair of tutorials on keeping bones when converting items between figures, as for instance between Genesis and Genesis 2. That method takes a few steps and an obj export/import. This way is faster, although it doesn't work well with Generation 4 conversion.
You will need:
-The figure you want to convert TO.
-The piece of clothing or hair you want to convert.
-Any relevant clones. For e.g., you will need to purchase the Michael 4 for Genesis 2 Male and/or Victoria 4 for Genesis 2 Female to convert items between Gen 4 and Genesis 2.
Load the figure.
Load the item of clothing. Cancel Autofit if it is triggered.
Start the Transfer Utility. Its icon looks like an arrow pointing up and right.
Elf, A 3D Tutorial using Poser, Vue, and GimpLike this? Check out my blog: http://IntrovertArtist.com
In this video, I show you how I create a fantasy scene depicting an elf standing with a deer in a dense forest. Starting with Poser, I pose the V4 model and use the cloth room to do a couple of cloth simulations for her dress, then, also in poser, I add the deer. I'll show you how to transfer poser characters to Vue. Then, in Vue, I construct a forest scene around the Poser Models. Finally, towards the end, I show you how to use GIMP to do a bit of post production work.
Victoria 4, the female model: http://introvertartist.com/v4
Hair (Resplendent Tresses): http://introvertartist.com/resplendent-tresses
V4 Morphs++: http://introvertartist.com/V4Morphs
V4 Creature Morphs: http://introvertartist.com/V4Creature
Skin (Ornella): http://www.runtimedna.com/Ornella.html
Daz Buck: http://IntrovertArtist.com/Buck
Lyne's Deer Remap: http://IntrovertArtist.com/LynesDeer
Blender 3D Tutorial: Trefoil Star PendantThis tutorial is a translation of my previous video for 3dsmax, in which I will demonstrate an intermediate technique to achieve a beautiful trefoil star-shaped pendant object (known also as a Cayley Cubic Surface), which could be used as an interesting digital asset, or real-world 3d print. This was another video done in response to a user in the Shapeways 3d Design forum.
Please let me know if you have any problems following along, or if anything about the techniques demonstrated in the video is unclear; I'll do my best to help you design this shape for whatever your needs may be. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel for many more videos like this in Blender, and 3dsmax. Hope you enjoy.