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3DKiwi

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About 3DKiwi

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    Nigel
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    Doyle
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  1. In Windows settings check your power settings and what happens to the display / monitors. I never put my my computer into sleep mode. It boots up in a matter of seconds so isn't an issue.
  2. Have fun guys. So glad I don't have to do this behind the scenes work anymore
  3. 3DKiwi

    Modo

  4. I wonder how the merger is going to work. MAXON is based in Germany and Red Giant has the Head Quarters in the USA.
  5. Just pay a couple of bucks for Stardock's excellent Start 10 app. https://www.stardock.com/products/start10/ This makes Windows 10 look and behave like Windows 7/8. One advantage of running Windows 10 is you don't need a paid 3rd party anti-virus app. The built in anti-virus is quite capable (according to reviews).
  6. If that happens these 62 pages containing some fairly robust discussion will seem fairly tame to what's coming.
  7. It's one of my tutorials. I have removed all of my tutorials from the Internet. Sorry.
  8. Just to add, I have removed all of my Cinema 4D tutorials from the Internet.
  9. I agree with Mash. My suggestion would be to have free tutorials on your YouTube channel then a few low priced tutorials available for sale on Gumroad.
  10. Sorry I should have mentioned what Cerbera said. I just answered the bit about how to add points.
  11. There are several ways to add a point: Knife tool and just slice across the spline In vertex mode right click and select "Add point". Click on the the spline to add a point You can also right click and select "Subdivide" to add a point to each section Hope this helps.
  12. Exporting models (without rigging) is something 3D applications do very well. I would suggest exporting in .obj format. I find this works very well for me.
  13. Same. New monitor recently. I've upgraded the driver every couple of months.
  14. There are ways around this. Modo has procedural modelling and while you can make selections in the normal way, these do get messed up if you change something earlier on. There's a whole swag of procedural selection options e.g. select by previous operation and then subsets of that, select by angle etc etc. Then of course the selection you made can be updated by reselecting / updating. I do a lot of my modelling now starting off with a procedural model. I can then experiment with various mesh densities. Much better than doing a whole heap of undo's and losing your modelling.

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