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[Way With Worlds appears at Seventh Sanctum, MuseHack, and Ongoing Worlds] So you’re world building, but the world is basically like ours, or like a given historical place and time. You’d start building religions, but . . . you’re dealing with real religions that people practice and live right now (or the ancestors or descendants of those religions). You’re not so much creating them, but asking where they fit into your setting, what’s “real” and what you have to write. There’s more “about” than “building.” Sounds easy, right?
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Ben has over a decade of experience in the computer graphics field and although he's primarily a hard surface modeler, he's also experienced in the fields of UVMapping, Texturing, Lighting and Rendering. Ben currently co-edits Cgtuts+ along with his brother Chris, and has authored over sixty hours of real-time tutorial content for the site, focusing mainly on 3d Studio Max and hard surface modeling. Along side 3D Studio Max, Ben's has experience with VRay, FumeFX, ZBrush, Mudbox, Mari, PTex, Photoshop, xNormal, UVLayout, Forest Pack Pro and After Effects. You can check out Ben's website to see more of his work. more…
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Corel Painter User Resources Resources for users of Corel Painter, the image editing and natural media painting tool. Includes resources for earlier versions including Fractal Design Painter, MetaCreations Painter, and procreate Painter. New Features in Corel Painter X3Explore the best new features in Corel Painter X3 in this screen shot tour. The Clone Source Panel - Creative Color in PainterThe Clone Source Panel in Painter can open up new and exciting ways to render your photographs and with a little imagination you can create beautiful paintings that have your personal touch. Corel Painter Lite ReviewPainter Lite is based on the features of Corel Painter 12, but offers a limited feature set to make it easier to learn for those starting out in digital art.
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10 Fantastic Movie Scenes That Were More Real Than You Knew The UGO.com page you're trying to reach has been deleted. This is either due to our own ineptitude, the incompetence of whoever sent you here or a screw up on your part. That, or we killed the page. For starters, please make sure the URL is complete and spelled correctly. Also, please stop breaking the Internet. If that doesn't work and you know what you're looking for, plug a few keywords into the search field above and see what pops up.
Eleven French Films for People Who Hate French Films A wise man once said, “French films are… too French.” American audiences often have preconceived notions about foreign films… that they’re boring, nonsensical, and hoity-toity(a technical term, you can google it), but French films in particular may come across as more pretentious than a lifetime subscription to McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern. So how do we at Film School Rejects combat this misguided attitude? First, we acknowledge that for the most part it’s true.