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SKP

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About SKP

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    13 Studio
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    Scotland

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  1. I came to the Cafe back in the days of Release 8 I think it was, I'd have to go look at the discs to be sure, the time of the flight school comp when he and 3D Crew were the owners, and Nigel's tut's were what got me going. That he has kept this place running for so long and so well deserves nothing but praise and thanks, but it's not a huge surprise. There must have been times when the whole enterprise must have seemed like too much work and aggravation to continue and now here we are. Not entirely for being fed up with MAXON I stopped at R13, personal circumstances at that time played their part, but not properly maturing some of the basic tools and including, to me, unwanted features made the continuing upgrade not valuable. Nothing remains the same. We await developments but maybe not with baited breath. Thank you.
  2. SKP

    RemoveDeadMats.zip

    Excellent script. Works in R13.
  3. No, the seat provides support.

  4. Hey SKP do you always provide support inside a cockpit :)

  5. Been UV'ing, er, painting my hall today

    1. 3DKiwi

      3DKiwi

      Hope there's no seams :)

  6. "Suffering from 'Render This' fatigue" LOL =)

    Very nice render...bet it will be in the top 3.

  7. Suffering from 'Render This' fatigue.

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    This is a way I figured out of modelling helical screw threads such as can be found just about anywhere, in your car, your computer, bottle caps etc. Although I demonstrate with a simple thread form the technique can be adapted to more complex thread profiles, but I leave that to you. I modelled this using Cinema4D R10.5 core but as the method uses no modules or plugins I imagine it could be followed in almost any C4D release. The WIP topic which prompted this tutorial is here. H264 codec. VLC player drops the audio at 6:42, an edited scene join, but just clicking the little black diamond in the scrubber will restore it. Cafe member rorki tells me this tutorial can be followed in the giveaway version CE6.
  9. Hey SKP.

    Is that you on the picture in the plane??

    Peace,

    Rich_Art. ;)


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