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New to 3d Modeling and Shapeways [message #41931] Sat, 14 January 2012 10:04 UTC Go to next message
avatar Twopounder  is currently offline Twopounder
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Hey all. I just started 3d modeling using sketchup. I obviously have a lot to learn, but I've been slowly developing some aftermarket parts for 40k. I have some original designs, but those are taking longer (they're much more complex).

If I run out of my own ideas, I'll probably offer to do some modeling for free. I can't make 2d art, so it's really hard for me to concept ideas.

Anyway, hopefully I can develop some good stuff for the community Smile


http://fracturedmesh.blogspot.com/ - my 3d modeling blog
Re: New to 3d Modeling and Shapeways [message #42127 is a reply to message #41931 ] Tue, 17 January 2012 15:57 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar ana  is currently offline ana
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Heya twopounder!

Where do you hail from?

If you find yourself interested in doing a little modeling for free, as a way to practice, you should ping me. I connect with people looking for 3D modelers all the time.




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Re: New to 3d Modeling and Shapeways [message #42156 is a reply to message #42127 ] Tue, 17 January 2012 23:38 UTC Go to previous message
avatar Twopounder  is currently offline Twopounder
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Washington State in the US of A. I'll keep you in mind Smile. I have no experience with anything organic or overly complex yet, but I'm getting there.


http://fracturedmesh.blogspot.com/ - my 3d modeling blog

 
   
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