Spline cage timelapse

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  1. TwoOneOne

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    not sure if anybody is interested but here´s something i tried quite a while ago:

    a timelapse of the creation process of a basic spliencage in modo:

     
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    and the polygon modelling part:
     
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    any more from this? interesting workflow!
     
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    thanks for these mate, was looking for something similar :)
     
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    no. unfortunately not. but my plan is to record more of my modelling in the future.
     
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    How on earth did you create that spline cage without reference images?
     
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    lol.
    i recorded this video in an additional viewport on my second screen where i just hid the blueprints and locked the camera. On my primary screen viewports i had of course blueprints.

    cheers
     
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    it would be more helpful to see the camera matching part .. I'm thinking to do something similar for my new project too.. where I don't have a blueprints ...

    3ds max has also camera matching utility, but everytime I tried it before, it never really worked all that well ... would be interesting to see if this is easier done in other package
     
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    What he said, I'd like to see if somebody knows how to use 3DS Max's camera match tool. I just can't do it.
     
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    this was done with blueprints only. no camera matching techniques were used.
     
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    Might be kinda late but I used Max' camera match tool for a couple of models and it worked well enough, it always depends on how crappy the photos are and its still important to have a reference image that has as little perspective in it as possible, otherwise it'll just get harder placing the reference points. Send me a message on facebook if you wanna know more, otherwise it might take a while before I see your response on here ;)
     
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    Very helpful , i was going full detail with a spline on my car for some reason. Thanks though puts it all into perspective.
     

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