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Sculptypaint : Built with Processing

Sculptypaint : Built with Processing
thanks to / sponsored by Some changes in Sculptypaint v0.93 To LOAD !! a Sculpt-image/Reference-image/Texture in Sculptypaint 0.93 just drag and drop it onto the application You can Zoom in/out; or translate the model a bit using the arrow keys. 2 little trees, around 1.2(m) high, LandImpact: 1 (125 and 111 sub-meshes used, 5 textures) Created with Celzium#03'DNA' my inworld mesh creation tool Celzium on the SL-marketplace: celzium#00 (100L$) celzium#01 celzium#02'ShapeOne' celzium#03'DNA' I started working on Celfuuu on February 26, 2014. You can buy some of my 3D printed models in My shop on shapeways last update September 17, 2015 Sculptypaint-2 early alpha - sculptviewer in a browser, using webGL/javascript. last update September 14, 2015 Please, PLEASE help me! How To run Sculptypaint from Processing Download: SculptyPaint v.093 release - Sculptypaint Windows- Sculptypaint Linux- Sculptypaint MacOSX - Sculptypaint Processing files to run it from processing How can you help?

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RGB Theta- Photoshop plug-in for SL “Fake Bake” « Random Ramblings, Tip & Tricks In February of 2010 the official Second Life Forums flicked a switch and moved over to a new fomat. I have edited the links to point to the archives, hopefully you can still follow along. :) Somewhere deep down in the official forum archives you can find this absolute GEM of a filter for Photoshop. BUT- to save you the effort of finding that post (it’s not the easiest thing to find), I’m just going to post the jist of it here. The original thread for this dates back to December of 2006 O.o … WHY this wasn’t stickied I have no idea! So… what the heck is “RGB Theta”, and what can you do with it?

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Blender 3D: Noob to Pro You are strongly encouraged (read as begged) to contribute to this book! There are many things you can do to help: edit existing modules (to correct errors, improve the writing, or make additions)add new modules (tutorials or reference material)upload new images (screen shots or sample renders)join the team responsible for this WikiBook How to Edit a Module Sketchlife - build in SketchUp, upload to Second Life What is Sketchlife? Sketchlife is a system which allows you to build for Second Life using SketchUp. Most 3D modelling tools use meshes (vertices connected by edges which define faces), whereas Second Life has adopted solids, referred to as primitives, to be their indivisible building blocks. This guarantees that there won't be any stray polygons flying around, but it also prevents mesh models from being imported automatically. The in-world modelling tools in Second Life are quite good, but they are stone age compared to the 3D modelling power tool that is SketchUp. SketchUp is free.

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