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part editor shape experiment

Postby greg youngken » Thu, Mar 29 2007, 5:57PM

Here are some shapes I've been learning to develope in the part editor. Just trying to see what all is possible, it's getting easier the more I try to push the program and myself. When I have time to finish I will repost.
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Postby Michael S Murray » Thu, Mar 29 2007, 8:09PM

way to modern looking for me Greg! :D :D :D
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Postby Paul Huff » Wed, Apr 04 2007, 6:37PM

I like your experiments. I think you are right by experimenting you can quickly learn program limits and gain a firm understanding of how to use the program.

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Postby Brian Bauer » Thu, Apr 05 2007, 10:13AM

Greg
I am in the wine country and that would make a kick ass wine cellar bar area. especially with the uppers shaped the way they are. and the lower kinda looks like a wine barrel.

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Postby greg youngken » Thu, Apr 05 2007, 5:44PM

Thanks guys, do any of you enjoy the part editor, I think it's pretty cool, it has some limitations but that can add to the fun of figuring out how to make it happen, the above shapes where easy once I understood how the editor works. Here is one that was a little harder in case you missed it in the other post.
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Postby Mike Seisser » Fri, Apr 06 2007, 8:35AM

Greg,

I enjoy working in the Part Editor. It's almost as addicting as any flight simulator I've ever flown, and that's sayin' somethin'! :lol: (Just ask my wife.)

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