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Vue 09 by Theli-at Vue 09 by Theli-at
Incendia and Vue.
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TABASCO-RAREMASTER Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Hell Yeah!
Never knew you could do anything like this with Incendia.
Time to learn about that meshes.
This = Art+
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Schmiegel Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2010
Freaking scary awesome!
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fragmentNull Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2010
That is most excellent! Could you explain me, where those figures come from and how you melted them together. Which part is Incendia in this image or how was your workflow here? Many thanks in advance.
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Theli-at Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2010
Thank you. From what I recall, this was the workflow:
1. Load human figure in Poser, and apply pose.
2. Export figure as .obj file.
3. Convert to .stl using Meshlab.
4. Import into Incendia using the "STL mesh" baseshape.
5. Use the "3D Kleinians" Fractal Type. (this creates the vicky fractal)
6. Export the Mesh from Incendia under the "Extra" tab. (the melting effect is caused by the low resolution conversion)
7. Convert the .stl mesh to .obj using Meshlab.
8. Import .obj into Vue and render.
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fragmentNull Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010
oh, how interesting, many thanks for that explanation...i need to try it out.
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guagapunyaimel Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010
Is that a figure of human/skeleton? :fear:
Very nice and horrifiying at the same time :giggle:
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Theli-at Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010
There are a lot of human figures all melted together. :)
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