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About Monstrphil

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  1. WOOHOO! It was Solved! Kevin at OTOY said that I didnt have the correct build to match C4d-so he sent me a link to get the correct one and now it works. @Basquiat Send an email to the OTOY help-they got back to me fairly quickly.
  2. Well-updated Octane and C4d. Deleted the preference folder. Still no node editor. I sent a ticket to Otoy.............we will see what happens. thank you again.
  3. These are fantastic. I wanted to get started doing some automata - but real world sculpture. Seeing this means that I can test out my cogs before carving out the gears and cams. Great stuff!
  4. @Hrvoj - yes I did......but to no avail. Unless there is another way? I still have R19 on my machine and can do the job here at work......but it's a waste to have R21 just sitting there doing nothing............. How would you delete the preference within the program? (maybe I did something wrong)
  5. Anyone else having this issue. I upgraded to R21 and have Octane V4.05-r7. Yesterday I was rendering no issues. Today-I dont see my texture in the view window in texture editor (but I do down below) AND I cannot get into the node editor. But I can still render out............... And yes-Material Preview is checked in the options menu.
  6. This is wonderfully extraordinary! I don't work with landscapes-but the patterns that can be created on top of gypsum walls is fantastic. My designer has been harping on me to create dimensional walls and now I can do that procedurally. Thank you and may the universe grant you prosperity.
  7. The bottom two are amazing. I have just gotten started looking into sbsar files........I am blown away. Keep up the good work.
  8. These are great. But the composition was given to me to match. My designer wanted concrete floors, that wood plank on the desk and everything white (with that wall art). I probably should have said all this in the beginning. I originally had a column to separate the front from the back (rough wood) and more items on the counter (bigger plant in a red glazed pot). I probably should have noticed the repeating pattern in the wood (that was changed too to a lighter -Maple - look_. Great Feedback. Thank yout
  9. I agree with @natevplas - too clean for sketch ( I want to see some pencil work). They are all fantastic. Can't wait to see the next 2!
  10. Thanks for the feedback. I am fairly new to Octane and still trying to figure out lighting. What's funny is that our designer likes things flat........so she was pretty happy with this. There are a lot of things that I am working thru (black body emissions is one of them). Thank you for the feedback.
  11. Hi Guys, Been busy with work and home lately and haven't done any posting or even lurking....... Just got done for a job request at my work where the designer wanted a very specific reception room at a dentist office. Had to be white, modern chairs (content browser - LOL) and concrete floors. Also had to put that graphic on the wall. Did a little post in Photoshop as well. Rendered in Octane. Tell me what you think. Thanks.
  12. Here are some tips from @Cerbera on this forum He talks about flow and direction.........and there are actually a few that are showing you what you need. At least you can get an idea on where to start.
  13. @BigAl3D I think this has become my new favorite quote...........I am going to use this on my kids.
  14. Thanks @Rectro for this info. I constantly have to reduce the models when I bring them in from Inventor (royal pain) from our engineers. Apparently they dont care about poly count.
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