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Here’s another blast from the past.
3d Model of a Chair
Beautiful! And in 38 minutes?? Man… 🙂
hey Mr. B do you have a tutorial for that?
I’m currently wanted to model a sofa but I kind of stuck for those edges (where there’s a knitted round edge)
can you show me? =)
Hey Eric! I don’t think I have anything like that yet, but stay tuned next week- I’ll see if I can break it off into a movie. 😉
Hi Mr Bluesummers!
I would like to thanks all of these great tutorials like this one, they helped me a lot. Although I have some very annoying modelling problems I can’t figure out myself, and maybe you know the answers. So my first question is where can I ask my questions because I didn’t find any e-mail address of yours…:)
Anywhere in the comments section is fine because then other people can search for the question and answer in the future. You can e-mail me directly with site issues or suggestions at MrBluesummers@MrBluesummers.com!
Hi Mr. Bluesummers!
my question is how did you manage to show the hidden edges in this rendering? the monday movie with the television doesnt actually say so… many thanks!
Hi Jonas! The hidden edges? Do you mean how did I get the wireframe render in there?
yeah… my friend told me that I should actually check this option “wire” in a box and choose normal material… is this right? because ink’n’paint doesnt give the whole geometry when you render…
Correct- there’s a wirefarme parameter in the standard material that lets you set that up. I usually choose a black color and make the object “uninvolved” in the lighting setup to speed things up.
Sounds like something I should make a movie on- you’re the third person to request a wireframe rendering video in the last 2 weeks. =)
Just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for all the large and small bits of knowledge you are providing the max community. The site is new to me but already I feel a sense of gratitude for the effort and time you spend on our behalf. Always appreciated, always interesting.
38 minutes? Oh goodness, if I could make that stuffed chair in 38 hours it would be amazing! Thank you for the tutorials! Since watching the videos my wife is getting used to hearing your voice coming from the computer room and no longer wants to know “who am I talking to?”
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