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Tell me about 3-Sweep
Can be obtained?
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>>502996
I don't think it's really "out" yet, if it ever will be.
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>>502996
It's one of those things where the concept is neat, but its practical use is very limited and thus there isn't much desire to drive development of it.
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It was just SIGGRAPH wankery.
Every year they produce amazing shit, but that isn't to say that all of it is valuable.

This is pretty worthless. A CAD suite wouldn't be copying existing images, it wouldn't be worth the effort to integrate something into an artist's modeling package that they would probably never use.
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>>502996
That's a fast speed.
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>>502996
I remember being so impressed with this. And now I actually know how to camera project in C4D which is cool
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>>503081
To be fair, this does a lot more shit than just camera projecting. It does a lot of intelligent surface analysis and recreation so you get a fairly complete object. You get the shape of the object and with it completely textured, not just the camera view textured. And while the texturing isn't perfect, it's still decent and can be touched up.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oie1ZXWceqM
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>>503084
It does, but how can I have it?
>>503081
Sound easy...but hard for me
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>>503084
Yeah but I have used Photoshop all my life and I'm pretty pro with it, so extending textures and stuff isnt too hard



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