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    19.024 Studio
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    Chalfont St Peter
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    3D illustration, animation, vector Illustration, Archiviz, Graphic Design
  1. 3D archaeology volunteer work

    Anyone? I have updated the information in the job description.
  2. 3D archaeology volunteer work

    Apologies for not replying to any of you. I was told to put the recruitment drive on hold, whilst we were awaiting the results of our tender. We have been successful and I have been also asked to open my search up to people from other countries. If any of you are interested still, please do send me a pm.
  3. 3D archaeology volunteer work

    Biggest marine archaeology project ever ...
  4. 3D archaeology volunteer work

    • Role operating state of the art 3D scanning technology on an important marine archaeology project - starting early to mid 2018. • All expenses paid opportunity of a lifetime to learn modern archaeology processes in a tropical setting. • Applicants should have an interest in computer generated 3D technology, creative skills - an interest in maritime history an advantage. • A life changing experience recovering artefacts from a very prominent shipwreck, for a minimum of 3 months. • Good work ethics, an easy going and positive mental attitude essential. • Wages @ £1750 Sterling per month Please pm for more information
  5. With so much excellent work on here I have always been a little hesitant about posting any of my own work, but I thought what the hell. I put this intro together a year ago and keep meaning to get back to it - it's still got plenty of dodgy bits that need fixing, but there's nothing like the passing of a year to highlight my shortcomings I know cogs and all that are a bit of a cliché, but hard to get away from cogs and clocks with my company name. I designed the logo a long time ago and had to come up with a way of animating it ... I think it works. Maybe I'll get round to finishing it one day ... C4D, Vray and after effects.
  6. Toggling beziers on my PC

    Cerbera - so sorry I didn't reply, I missed this. You were absolutely right of course, just like you this kept catching me out - knowledge is power! Thanks!
  7. Toggling beziers on my PC

    It might have been something like that Westbam - I deleted my prefs and now it's fine. Obviously not a PC thing at all - just me being an airhead as usual - ha ha ha! Thanks for replying :)
  8. So I am posting this in New users section because I have just moved from Mac to PC. Whilst I am loving the increase in power and speed on my PC, this is truly doing my nut in! I cannot seem to toggle my beziers on my PC, on my Mac I would just use the move tool, click and drag the handle and it was all good. On my PC, it just moves the anchor point. I have tried left clicking, right clicking, holding down shift, all combinations - yet I can't grab hold of that damned handle. I'm not a newbie and am a little ashamed to be asking such a basic question, but such is my annoyance. I am sure I will feel utterly stupid when someone points out I have missed something totally obvious, but I just want it sorted - please help guys!
  9. Yeah I was kinda hoping someone would say - Ah you just need to hit the refresh button in the options tab or match the editor render subs settings or something. No matter how much I learn on C4D, there's always something else to learn - not to mention all the stuff that my brain has forgotten. But yeah wingeing aside C4D rocks my world ... until I find something else to start flapping about!
  10. I am on R18, I just haven't updated my status. I'm trying to apply a checkerboard pattern in Vray 3-4, using the C4D checkerboard material, I have overlaid a grunge texture that I generated myself to make the edges look dirty as they fade out to the edge of the screen. So I set the frequency of the check squares and overlay the grunge in a Vray blend material. I am using Flat projection, the UV's are stable, I should be able to see a pretty close preview to what I have set up, but no. Maybe it's a Vray thing or maybe it's C4D or maybe I have to spend another couple of hours that I really haven't got trying to work out these cryptic disparities. Of course there is a trick to it, there always is. I truly love C4D, it rocks, but I feel that something like this should be a core requirement of 3D software, it should not be complex at all - the editor should match the preview ... end of. If there's an issue with the material, there should be an error message or some indicator to alert us as to why the two do not match. Sorry to moan - just creaking under the strain right now - aaaargh! Anyway if anyone could help me shed some light on this, I would be very grateful.
  11. I have lived with this nightmare for too long, now - it's really starting to bug me - has anyone got any workarounds or plug-ins that actually do work? This is a massive glitch that makes a C4D a really awkward tool, it wasn't always like this ... This guy sums it up in a nutshell- Please help!!
  12. Our 3D animation and video production studio based in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire is looking to recruit freelance 3D talent in our area. All C4D skill levels considered, but an eye for detail, boundless enthusiasm and unfettered creativity are essential. Vray knowledge would also be an advantage. An exciting opportunity to get involved in 3D modelling and animation for video, please pm me with your details.