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  1. @Sam Waldow Hi Sam! Good news: you don't need to pay the $50. MAXON is providing a free Exhibit pass with the promo code MAXON19. That's how I'm planning to visit. I used that savings to buy a ticket to the Computer Animation Festival ($50), which is Monday and, in my opinion, highly worth it. You get to see a showcase of all the latest shorts and VFX breakdowns from studios all over the world. I saw many of the Disney & Pixar shorts here (as well as some other extraordinary ones by independent studios). The vibe is very fun and they program the best computer animation in the world.
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  2. Hey folks, some good news here :) Unreal Engine Now Supports Maxon’s Cinema 4D More about that here!
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  3. https://youtu.be/Up_Vj2pWmVI Hi, Just finished creating 5 body mechanic rigs. You can check them out at gum.co/bodyrigs. It was initially a personal project for just one rig to practice animation but I got carried away and made an auto rigging system. Anyhow, let me know what you think! Thanks
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  4. I ran across this super cute work on Behance by Renegades of Phong: https://www.behance.net/gallery/68651919/SOFT-BUDDIES-(Simulated-Friendship)
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  5. I love that. It is super-adorable.
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  6. Thanks folks for the amazing insights, I'm definitely going to retopo it again with Cerbera's attached example in mind. I really never did model before, I maybe did circle+spline loft sort of thing before then give up, but now I love the challenge. I probably watch 3 hours of tutorials everyday after work, better use those grey cells before it's too late. Before reading your replies, I ventured with proximal shader as a displacement, but it is so unreliable and slow, plus the engravings aren't equal. I will probably have to research Edge Flow before attempting retopop it again. Oh a
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  7. Hi All, This is my first time at Siggraph in a long time! Last year I had just started at MAXON and it was too late to attend. I am extremely excited to be going back to Siggraph and with MAXON! It will be busy, but in between meetings I will be hanging at the stand. Please do come by and feel free to say hi. It is going to be a fun show! Cheers Dave
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  8. The old bosses never were much interested in becoming public figures. They prefered to work in the back. Dave is a very different kind of boss and i expect him to be a lot more visible. He is definitely easily approchable. As for the announcement, it'll be something good, trust me :D
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  9. Don't feel bad. Cinema is a massively extensive and powerful bit of software that takes many years to become expert in. That's not because of the software specifically but because the whole encompassing project of making 3D graphics is vast and complicated ! You are not making a little word document here ! :) For example I have been a modelling specialist for nearly 20 years, 8 or 9 of those in Cinema, and I still don't know everything about modelling there is to know, and may still not if I stay in it another 20 years ! And that's just one small aspect of the program, (albeit argu
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  10. Thanks, @jed. ... Really nice work. I hope I can be 10% of you some day! ... @bentraje. You're right! But bases are important to know. I'm learning python too... So, I found, I share! :-) ... Cheers!! ... João Marco
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  11. The other day my pc crashed with several apps open. C4D survived ok, but Photoshop had reverted to OOBE - welcome screen, load of panels I don't use etc. I tweaked PS back to how I like it and that was that. 2 days later I needed an image for C4D, so I opened PS and created a 1000px square doc, only to get an error message 'could not complete operation - disk full'. I looked in explorer and sure enough my SSD was bright red and completely full. I closed everything and ran virus check, and other stuff and the SSD went back to normal. I opened PS - disk full. This went on and on - pr
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