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Blog : Happy New 2015!
Posted by webmaster on 2015/1/1 14:35:44 (1973 reads)

Another year has gone by, and we still get a few new members, and som old that dont post very much anymore

To all of you from all of me, and there is plenty of it, a happy new year!

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webmaster
Posted: 2015/1/1 14:38  Updated: 2015/1/1 14:38
Webmaster
Joined: 2004/4/3
From: Stockholm, Sweden.
Posts: 2404
 Re: Happy New 2015!
I have started to code a bit in java and other languages again, trying a few different API's out...

I also promised myself to do a bit of Imagine this year, been a bit shortchanged in the design part in 2014, fixed a lot of small web and server isssues, but no real go at design and modeling...

Lets hopa I can change that in the coming year and that a few of you might help out

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billgraham
Posted: 2015/1/1 16:43  Updated: 2015/1/1 16:43
Home away from home
Joined: 2004/4/12
From: Conway, South Carolina, USA
Posts: 373
 Re: Happy New 2015!
Happy New Year to you, Johan!In Imagine/Organica I hope to expand upon my explorations of faux HDR images and quasi cel shading.

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interviz
Posted: 2015/1/5 0:26  Updated: 2015/1/5 0:26
Just popping in
Joined: 2012/12/16
From: Netherlands
Posts: 2
 Re: Happy New 2015!
Wish you fellas and felines 3D imagineers a joyful new year.
With hope for a miracle: the revival of imagine 3d with up to date gui because I still do believe there's nothing wrong with the fundamentals of imagine 3d (okay, beside some realtime display options, true environmental radiosity shading issues and a firm update of material and environmental dynamics..but the source of imagine 3D is still worth to revisited..even in 2015

any way...running an imac with parallels I still run imagine in full glory to fix some (dirty) 3d jobs and every single job give me a joyful mood, despite the spartan handling...

Greetings to those few imagineers here on the forum..

John , The netherlands
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