"While my Keytar gently weeps..." (W.I.P.) by FurNoseOpen full image in new tab
A_Sunbeam 3:43AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
The end result looks good. And thank you for the background words.
Kaisoona 7:10AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
I also really like the result, I think it's great if someone can do it. I have a technician in my family who is currently working with Auto-Cad that looked complicated to me. :-)
FurNose 7:31AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Yeah, I used to work with AutoCad too many years ago ( in rare cases even today to maintain old 2d drawings) . Nowadays I work mainly with Autodesk Inventor (which is by the eay much easier to use and way more powerful).
Glendaw 10:08AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Extremely well done.
Thanks for sharing the background history and your personal information.
giulband 10:16AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Beautiful object, corona virus have the positive effect to make us more interested to create new things !!
goodoleboy 12:15PM | Sat, 11 April 2020
Good work, and very interesting. I worked with AutoCad eons ago at Boeing.
RodS 9:36PM | Sat, 11 April 2020
That keytar actually looks great to me! You did a super job on the modeling and texturing, good sir. I'm even more amazed you managed this in Hexagon. I played with it a couple years ago, but I got so disgusted with it crashing constantly, I delete it and never used it again. I really want to spend some time with Blender, but every time I think I'll have a day or 2 to sit down with it something else happens (I'm currently reshuffling files and external HD's from my backup / distribution server that rolled over and died yesterday. Now I have some doink trying to clone my FB page.
Anyway, I think you did a great job on this!
FurNose 1:48AM | Sun, 12 April 2020
Yup! Hexagon crashes a lot, that‘s why I would like Daz to do a little more maintenance on all their purchased programs (be it Hexagon, Carrara or even Bryce). That would help a lot more than giving them just away for free. Especially since non of these programs is a direct competition to their DAZ Studio and the Hexagon Bridge (and Bryce bridge) build in DAZ Studio are extremely convenient (I‘d love to have a Bridge to Carrara as well).
Well, I simply don‘t get warm with the user interface of blender. Otherwise I certainly would have looked into it as well. Hexagon would be a great program and UV mapping (and unfolding the mesh) is so easy to do, I would be a real fun - if it wouldn‘t crash so often in the modeling process.
About the Keytar: This is a still untexturized state because I’m not yet finished modeling and UV mapping makes no sense as long as you‘re still modeling. Maybe I got to clean up the mesh as well before UV mapping and unfolding, to not get simply a bunch of triangles floating around in the UV view.
Oh, it’s always a hassle If a computer dies. Wish you good luck in recovering the files.
eekdog 8:51PM | Mon, 13 April 2020
I always recall the original tune by the Beatles. cool instrument though.
FurNose 2:30PM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Hey, Steve Thanks for the correction! I didn‘t know, the original was from the beatles I just knew the Version from Toto, which by the way I like better than the original
pixeluna 10:26PM | Sat, 18 April 2020
I agree, there are good and bad side of this whole Covid Apocalypse. I hope that you're doing well my friend. Stay safe!