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Re: Blender Version 2.8 vs. Imagine 3.XX
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I know, I do follow beta, but I have been using 2.79 until recently... I really like the things they have made in the beta, and soon it's not beta :)

Posted on: 6/22 13:15
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Re: Blender Version 2.8 vs. Imagine 3.XX
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I agree, 2.8 is a gamechanger even for Blender... it was good before... now it is going to be amazing as the 2.8 is released in july...

Posted on: 6/20 9:07
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Re: Java for Imagine textures (IFW only) loading error
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I need to test this :)

Posted on: 2/15 16:34
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Re: the Imagine version 2.2 must exist!
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Sadly, I got the 2.19 source, no git or anything looking like any kind of versioning... someone might have it, but i only got one version from Mike, and that was marked 2.19 in the source...

Heavy use of MFC and a great love of C++ way of spreading objects around makes it hard to get in to.
Organica source is similiar in style...

Posted on: 2018/9/29 20:32
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Re: the Imagine version 2.2 must exist!
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There was a lot of things in the CUP that went wrong...
We were going to get that one interface in OpenGL with all the tools in one editor, a bit like Blender works today I guess... but I guess Zak or other coders if there was any, was more coding what they wanted to code, hence we ended up with a lot of things not ment to be there in the first draft... so, goalpost moved during development... a common problem... I guess the money and will ran out?

Posted on: 2018/9/28 20:05
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Re: the Imagine version 2.2 must exist!
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I don't know about any 2.2 version, but I didn't get all the sources from Mike, I am not sure he had it all...

With Mike's passing a few years back I think theere will be problems getting anything more...

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Posted on: 2018/9/28 8:21
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Re: CUBIC OBJECT BRUSH MAPPING
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Well, yes...

I do wish we had UV support in Imagine...
But the source is quite a mess when it comes to that part... don't know how I would add it in...

Personally, I do most of the little I do in Blender nowadays, once you get past the, to me, quirky, dynamics of the menus and texturing it's an awesome renderer and modeler with real time modeling and "scanrender" if you have a decent graphics card.

Even the "real" rendering is fast and it has built in composition and animation that makes sense

Posted on: 2018/8/30 20:57
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Re: CUBIC OBJECT BRUSH MAPPING
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UV Unwrapping a cube is relatively simple though :)

Mapping an image onto a cube in Imagine is also relatively simple depending on how complex the images are...

usually a texture will do the job better in imagine...

Posted on: 2018/8/27 23:59
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Re: Imagine 3D for 3D printing
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Not to diss Imagine, because I like it :)
But Blender works very well for these kind of tasks, is still developed and after passing that quite high learning bump, it is actually quite nice to work with.

Posted on: 2018/3/16 7:32
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Re: Illusion - Download?
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Yes, for releases post 3.04 and all the extra packages...
but I have updated to the latest I bought from Wondertouch back in the days, and that's 3.0.4 :)

I haven't tried going further yet...

It has become quite expensive for a hobbyist, so I'm happy with what I have at the moment...

Since I am trying to learn Blender, the particle system built into that is quite good... so I will probably not go for any later package in this series... unless I have a specific need.

Posted on: 2018/2/2 10:22
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