Hey Geno, Thanks for the veneer links! (Check it out)

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  1. Geno

    Geno Supporting Actor

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    well you are definately welcome. those look fabuloso. is that an ash burl? anyway they look beautiful, now when are you REALLY going to build them [​IMG]

    PS do you build your own speakers [as in drivers or woofers and tweeters] in 3d or do you find the wireframes online somewhere?

    and i know ive read it before but what programs do you use. i use acad first then render in 3d max. i even noticed you used a reflection map on the spikes [nice touch].


    ps we need a section in htf where we can post pics of these 3d monsters. like a gallery of some sorts.

    well glad you used them, again those look fabulous.

    geno
     
  2. Ditto!

    Those veneers work out nicely[​IMG]

    my rendition of Acoustic Visions EVEREST:
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  3. Geno

    Geno Supporting Actor

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    wow again, glad I could help out.
     
  4. Brett DiMichele

    Brett DiMichele Producer

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    Geno,

    Nope I am not building these.. This was just a quickie
    model to see how well the veneer images would skin to a
    3d object [​IMG]

    I use Metatools Bryce 3 currently but it's not a modeler.
    You can model with Bryce but it's very difficult to do so.
    My favorite Modeler is Caligari TrueSpace but at the moment
    I don't have it installed (I need to install it though).

    I make all of my drivers from scratch as did Gomer.
     
  5. Owen Bartley

    Owen Bartley Second Unit

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    Brett, nice renderings, as usual... but don't you want to BUILD those now!? [​IMG]

    Anthony, yours was great too, I thought it was real until I looked closer at the wall and floor!

    Excellent work gentlemen!
     

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