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oxenham1

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As promised, here are the other renders of the mouse. I have also included the straight model with the visible mesh.
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Here are a couple views of my timid little mouse so far.
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Jamie, that is so cool.  I want one!  you should be selling those for sure.
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Thanks Rob!
Euan, Great work! I'm totally digging the jet engines and the intakes on the side! You just gave me a whole pile of ideas.............maybe I'll make a 2nd mouse before our next job gets confirmed!
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Here’s a quick model of a really fast mouse....and it’s ergonomically correct...LOL
Still working on the real submission..

~M Fast Mouse 1.JPG 

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NICE M! I love the "anti-fatigue" arm rest!!!
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New model,,,,still learning how to add colour....   space mouse 1.JPG     
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Tre cool M! Which software are you using?
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oh my gosh..

what I missed..

I finished mine up.. and post over here..
no rendering as im not  versed of..

guys youre very talented..  while modeling can be learned, the  ideas and creativity can not..
and you re showing a lot..

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JWO,
I'm learning Modo...It was introduced to me by Todd Bailey.
http://www.4m3d.com/

Still a long way to go.....

~M
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jamie

im glad you posted  those  lores  pictures..
that's what need to show  beginners.. because  when one try to modeling they  are  loosing in details..

beginners need to see  a few  facets, can shows a lot more than a simple cube..

that's what the real advantage of the subd modeling


euan...

great progress.. and greater idea..  with jetengine it  gon be really fast..


hope others also joining.. unfortunately the  quality Jamie came up   discourage  others..  don't worry folks  you all will be there, just need practice..


ok heres the mouse, hope  it encourage others to start with  subd modeling..


within the  whole modeling the  mirror function enabled... except when adding limbs to a figure..
limbs are coming out from the mid edge and sometime  not possible to extruding due  program try to ""unify"" them..

the tail, nose and other things  on a figure  will using at least 2 -4  facets for extruding..

see pictures  and of course the lores model to practicing..

in this lo resolution you can animate and pose very easy.. when it subdivided then only the  soft selection  helps.. that's already  carry out difficulties..

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Thanks for the post Viktor, I certaily hope I didn't discourage anyone! It was only 5 years ago that I learned to 3d model from bad you tube video's and online tutorials. I still run into situations that leave me stumped, and no idea how to proceed.
Which has ended up in a LOT of scrapped models! But, the desire to be better than I was, became the driving force. I try never to compete with anyone else, just where I was yesterday.

Mezalick: I also have Modo and love some of the features, the only thing I really dislike is the whole "container" part, and converting a primitive to editable. I wouldn't draw it if I didn't want to edit it...........
Unfortunately, I suffer from "Why doesn't this work like I'm used to things working", so hopefully I'll keep up with it. At least it's got a future, unlike my current software................

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A note of warning,,
unless you have a really big computer, Modo will crash more times then not....to the point that murder looks good..LOL
My work computer is fine but my laptop sucks!
~M
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