I have been wanting to spend some quality time doing geeky things for quite a while now and have found it either hard to find the time or hard to find the energy.
Tonight, Ed Kitchin's wife Jen is away on a church excursion and Ed came over to continue his 'Shadow of The Colossus' epic (see last post) and I am therefore left with my Macbook - which is by no means a bad thing..
Last August I bought 'The Official Blender 2.3 Guide' in an attempt to learn how to use the famously difficult-to-use-at-first 3D modelling program, Blender which is freely available over at Blender.org.
So I made this gingerbread man from the book - I think he's quite cool looking and when I next get chance I'll add bones to him and create a walking animation video..
This is quite a break through for me as it means that I will soon be able to make simple 3D artwork to export and include in my games..
A great portfolio breakthrough!
Here's (almost) the same image - the difference being that it was produced using the Yafray renderer:
And here is a pearl ;-):
And a Yafray version of the pearl..:
3D modelling is *fun*!
David / RagingAvatar