Fun with Crafttools

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solomon
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Fun with Crafttools

Post by solomon » Fri May 16, 2008 5:23 pm

Wohooo,

have been waiting for this - hope to see, share, and learn from others.
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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by wellander » Fri May 16, 2008 6:04 pm

Yes this is a good move. just make sure to stay active. Some forums are quite weak and rely on the users to support each other. Others like the Chaos (Vray) is a guiding star to anyone starting a forum. Where the developers are as active as any member.

Best of luck :)

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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by donrex » Sat May 17, 2008 12:01 am

let's learn more together.
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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by sedial » Sun May 18, 2008 1:28 am

Nice to be a member of this amazing site, good move, congratulations..

Best wishes..

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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by Patrik Martin » Mon May 19, 2008 11:58 am

Hi guys,

Thanks for the nice words! And welcome to this forum!
wellander wrote:Yes this is a good move. just make sure to stay active. Some forums are quite weak and rely on the users to support each other. Others like the Chaos (Vray) is a guiding star to anyone starting a forum. Where the developers are as active as any member.

Best of luck :)
I totaly agree on this and that is our goal to be active and help everyone with there thoughts and ideas.
donrex wrote:let's learn more together.
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solomon wrote:Wohooo,

have been waiting for this - hope to see, share, and learn from others.
Totally true. There are lots of ways of using our tools and even we do not have the answers to all the different ways. So of course I hope that our users also are active in this forum. I really look forward to see different user-created stuff.
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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by Jacob Runnerström » Mon May 19, 2008 1:32 pm

Yes Patrik, and some need to learn more than others... :D

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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by Patrik Martin » Mon May 19, 2008 2:23 pm

Jacob Runnerström wrote:Yes Patrik, and some need to learn more than others... :D
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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by solomon » Mon May 19, 2008 7:31 pm

Hi Guys,

this is one of my early test with the craft tools

Animation Link
http://www.sowl.com/3d/tests/craftvue/

Image
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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by Carl Buhre » Tue May 20, 2008 10:40 am

solomon wrote:Hi Guys,

this is one of my early test with the craft tools

Animation Link
http://www.sowl.com/3d/tests/craftvue/
Nice of you to post this great animation Solomon, I've added it to the announcement thread. Keep the great stuff coming!

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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by solomon » Wed Jun 04, 2008 4:37 pm

solomon wrote:Hi Guys,

this is one of my early test with the craft tools

Animation Link
http://www.sowl.com/3d/tests/craftvue/

http://www.sowl.com/3d/tests/craftvue/
Hi guys

here is another link of the above animation update
http://www.sowl.com/3d/tests/craftvue2/

and thanks for reward. I will represent!!
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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by Luigi Tramontana » Tue Dec 09, 2008 11:46 am

man, this last rendering is awesome. The style feels much like an old kind of movie, and the environment is just excellent.

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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by solomon » Tue Apr 21, 2009 11:47 pm

Luigi Tramontana wrote:man, this last rendering is awesome. The style feels much like an old kind of movie, and the environment is just excellent.
Oh man, I should check this more often - thanks for the kind words :)
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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by johnathanelopez » Thu Feb 04, 2010 12:16 pm

Hi can yo help me to find some tutorial in 3d Max and get some free 3d models? It will be very helpful to me. Please help me.

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Re: Fun with Crafttools

Post by Patrik Martin » Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:06 pm

johnathanelopez wrote:Hi can yo help me to find some tutorial in 3d Max and get some free 3d models? It will be very helpful to me. Please help me.
Hi Jonathanelopez and welcome to the forum,
Who are you addressing the question to?

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