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    In with the new...

    and out with the old, hopefully....:D
    Finally got in on the last 5 out of 5 tries with the password.:eek:
    Happy New Year everyone.:)
    p.s. Just noticed that smileys are included in your image...
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    Re: Halloween challenge

    Hi guys.
    Mike, you're diet seems to be working... :D
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    Re: Still would love to see....

    If it's just 3d text, how about Elefont?
    http://www.armanisoft.ch/webdesign/elefont/Elefont.html
    It exports dxf, but most most 3d programs should be able to import dxfs without any problems.
    But...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Grafixman.

    :) :D
    Wow, again? :eek: :D
    :) Thanks for greetings. :)
    I'm pickled tink. :D

    width=300 height=300
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    Re: PI - pixelart....

    Very nice. Hope to see some more of your works. Good to see people still using PI. :)
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    Re: Vehicle motion

    Here' mine. Done with PhotoImpact.
    Clone brush, eraser, smudge tool, airbrush.
    No motion blur, but liberal misuse of the smudge tool does a good job of simulating the motion blur filter. Specially...
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    Re: Time to change...

    Great work, Dan. :)
    You can create great materials in Blender, but it takes a lot of time and effort. Easier if you just download material libraries, then append them and tweak them if necessary....
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    Re: Position of objects in 1 group?

    Having groups that cuts through layers without disturbing them might be pretty useful, actually. You could group things like wheels of a car, for example, where two are behind and two are in front of...
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    Re: Bitmap Versus Vector Challenge

    It was. Well.... partly, at least. Color picking was being done automatically and I was basically tracing the pic. So I guess you could call it computer aided painting... :D .
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    I'm not sure if I'm understanding this correctly, but the picture forming in my mind is exactly the opposite... doing away with vectors and creating an infinite resolution bitmap instead!
    Like...
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    Re: Bitmap Versus Vector Challenge

    Here's my try using the free version of ArtRage.
    Image used in the tracing paper with the automatic color picking option turned on, then the blank canvas was drawn over using the oil brush. Luckily,...
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    Re: creating flowers

    :D
    You have sharp eyes. :eek:
    The two on the top were created a bit differently :) . It was more of a hit or miss experimental process from me than the one on my mini-tutorial, and I thought...
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    Speed and simplicity perhaps?
    You could emulate most bitmap editing methods with vectors, but it's a more involved process than when done with a bitmap editor, at least for me. And if you're up...
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    Re: creating flowers

    Here's a quickie way from me.
    The method is pretty much like Aunt Betsy's, but I always preferred the Ctrl R way of repeating the operations when duplicating with the right mouse click. Also works...
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    Re: 1st Painting in ArtRage 2

    Thumbs up, Sally and Mary. :cool: Excellent artworks.
    You two are going to wear down the tips of your pens very fast if you keep this up. And end up with a badly worn down tablet surface, too. :D...
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    Re: stain effect?

    I agree with Scott, too. Play with the transparency value of a solid color filled layer (or even texture filled layers, if you're feeling adventurous) over the pic, and also with the blend modes, and...
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    Re: Balance... model and render it

    Remember this ancient desktop diversion?
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    Re: Lets av sum fun:)

    :D Xara gif may be good, but Kiwi gif is better. :D
    It's how you use it, man.
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    Re: Balance... model and render it

    Still another toy that involves balance. The goal is to knock the pieces out one by one with the mallet, starting from the bottom, without toppling the whole thing over. Blender and Wings, as always....
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    Re: Wild Baby Bunnies

    :D
    I'm not getting the "wild" part, though. They look pretty tame and harmless.
    I'm guessing wild describes their behavior when they grow up and enter puberty. :D :eek:
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    Re: Robot Challenge

    Haha, Bob's cardboard box robot reminded me of a chapter from a book I've read long ago when I was a kid. "Henry and the Paper Route"? I think. Henry made a cardboard robot suit to keep his friend...
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    Re: Wings 3D question

    Good observation. All the time I've been using Wings, I've never touched the rotate/free command. And yes, it does seem to behave differently from other 3d programs I've used.
    One thing I observed...
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    Re: Robot Challenge

    :D
    Things are difficult only when you're starting to learn it... then it becomes an obsession and quitting becomes the difficult part...:eek:
    Actually, animating 3d for gif animations are easier...
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    Re: Balance... model and render it

    :D
    Sorry for the absence, work is tipping the balance in my schedule. :o
    Here's one from me, not THE idea I was thinking of, but something simple to serve as a warm-up exercise. Wings for the...
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    Re: What there is always room for...

    Cool jello. :)
    Never could get to make the mesh tool to work the way I want it to, though. But your picture gives me the inspiration to have another go at it.:)
    Thanks for the link for the...
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