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    My area of studdy in school other than comp sci is technical theatre. The wonderfull thing about it, in my opnion is the lighting, you get to paint a 4 dimentional painting, yes 4. you have the norma 3 and the added one of time, so the picture changes. One great effect is achieved by placing a pattern in a light and then aiming the light at a object, the pattern wraps itself arond the person, box, chair or whatever.



    ON TO THE POINT! Any one know of a 3D modler where i can build a wire modle of a face and then wrap an image file over it like skin?

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    I think you'll get more help on that in a 3D group, News group, itc. There are lotsa sites, just search Google.

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      Yes, you will have to get the latest version of Charactor Studio with 3d Max 5 or Maya complete for nurbs facial mapping.

      Tex

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        Re: 3d Modeler

        Appoloinus,

        You can model a face in any 3D program. Poser has standard models that can be wrapped with any image. Imagemodeler lets you build a face from a photo. Quidam generates faces. Silo costs $100. They all require study. Download a demo and grab a cup of coffee.

        Try these software solutions.

        http://www.n-sided.com/index.php?opt...mid=20&lang=en

        http://www.e-frontier.com/go/poser

        http://imagemodeler.realviz.com/

        http://www.nevercenter.com/

        This quicktime is a Poser face with an animated fire map. Set quicktime to Loop.


        Cheers,

        Steve Barrett



        Originally posted by Appoloinus
        My area of studdy in school other than comp sci is technical theatre. The wonderfull thing about it, in my opnion is the lighting, you get to paint a 4 dimentional painting, yes 4. you have the norma 3 and the added one of time, so the picture changes. One great effect is achieved by placing a pattern in a light and then aiming the light at a object, the pattern wraps itself arond the person, box, chair or whatever.



        ON TO THE POINT! Any one know of a 3D modler where i can build a wire modle of a face and then wrap an image file over it like skin?
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          Re: 3d Modeler

          i do wish folks would quit calling time a dimension, but i suppose that's an arguement for another thread (sorry, thread hijack over )

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            Re: 3d Modeler

            Originally posted by Kraellin
            i do wish folks would quit calling time a dimension, but i suppose that's an arguement for another thread
            Actually, as someone who works a lot in 3D, I have some observations and theories about time and its relation to spacial dimensions. I think I can even describe what the surface of time must look like.

            If you want to start another thread for it, I think it would be a very interesting conversation.

            --Racc

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              Re: 3d Modeler

              Have you tried AC3D? www.ac3d.org
              It's gre at for texturing

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