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Substance now is finished as well.
Autodesk BTFO by based blender.

Time to stop paying for cuck software.
;^)
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>>687102
>Time to stop paying for cuck software.
LOL nobody would use crappy Blunder if it wasn't free,
summerfag
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>>687102
Memes aside, if you're willing to spend a billion hours you can simulate comparable methods / functionality into Blender but there's a point at which you're practically writing your own software
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>>687102
Not sure if serious or baiting.
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>>687102
until blender gets a proper cut tool and locked vertices im not touching that shit
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>>687122
>locked vertices
What is the purpose of locked vertices? Just curious.
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>>687122
blender doesn't have the ability to lock vertices? wtf
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>>687150
vertices that are locked
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>needing to lock your vertices
lmaoing @ ur life autodorks
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>>687160
>lmaoing @ ur life autodorks
Have respect for your betters; they are the ones paying taxes so you can survive on unemployment benefits.
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>>687156
Ever use ZBrush? Same in blender just hide them and they're locked
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>>687102
>>but who was COPs in Houdini
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>>687170
How are they my betters if they work to service me? Back to work wagie.
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>>687192
It's the lesser evil. We pay taxes so you have something to eat, don't get angry, and try to steal from us.

There are better ways, but the times are not ready yet. Hail Autodesk.
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>>687193
*ahem*

Fuck wagies.

That is all.
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>>687194
Fuck them, indeed. Ever heard of freelancing? I have plenty of work to be my own boss.

It's a shame you'll never be in that position, blendie.
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>>687178
yeah but locked verts tho
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>>687197
Not that guy, but I freelance using Blender.
I don't see how that could ever be a detriment when the employer never gives a shit about anything but results.
Maya sucks massive donkey dicks, so I'd never use that unless forced by my boss/professor.
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>>687154
>>687150
thats just a plus, the biggest offender is their cut tool, its just unusable.
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>>687122
>>687247
What's the matter with Blender's cut tool (I assume you're talking about the Knife tool)?
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>>687178
You can lock verts in Zbrush R-tardo Montalban
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>>687249
You can mask topo when sculpting in Blender too.
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>>687250
I don't know why you specify sculpting when Zbrush still beats any program's selection tools when using ZModeller
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>>687252
Do you not know how to use polygroups?
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>>687253
Enlighten me. What's so amazing about polygroups?
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>>687248
yes the shitty knife tool. the default keybind is K, but even modifying the keybind to something more convenient i still have to press enter every time time to make an incision. that is just inefficient as fuck. when you work with low poly models you are using the cut tool 80% of time to work with complex low poly meshes. Pressing enter everytime is just cancer.
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>>687299
>yes the shitty knife tool. the default keybind is K
If you don't like K just rebind it? This has nothing to do with the software at all.

>but even modifying the keybind to something more convenient i still have to press enter every time time to make an incision
What would you have?

>When you work with low poly models you are using the cut tool 80% of time to work with complex low poly meshes
Normal people don't do that, no.
Still, the knife tool is very effective and does its job nicely.
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>>687299
You can press the spacebar instead of enter, does the same.
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>>687306
i still have to press a keybind after every incision, its still ineffective. Max is like the only software that does it right, not suprised since its geared to people who know how to model, not like this retard >>687300
with max all you have to do is select the tool, make as many incisions are you need and right click when youre done. and continue to make incisions because it doesnt leave the cut tool mode until you switch to a different tool.
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>>687318
>with max all you have to do is select the tool, make as many incisions are you need and right click when youre done. and continue to make incisions because it doesnt leave the cut tool mode until you switch to a different tool
That's literally slower than in Blender, though.
In Blender you hit K, make your cuts, hit enter and it's done and you're back to your basic tools. To engage more cutting, hit K again. This way you're instantly ready to do other things, and you're also instantly ready to do more cuts (by hitting K with your free hand).
In Max you have to enter/exit the tool itself, which is just a slower workflow.
It's also an extremely minor thing to be autismal about. Is that little difference the reason you refuse to try Blender? What kind of retarded assburger are you?
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>>687102
Blender doesn't even generate seamless texture thought. Unless you go full retard and bake it on a torus.
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>>687299
You friccen moron. You haven’t figured out to work faster is to map a gaming mouse to all your most used key shortcuts? Lmao do people need to remind you to breathe?
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>>687318
>Max is like the only software that does it right
This, I hate the way the knife tool works in Blender and Maya.
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Blender as a modeler is comparable with Maya, even if it lacks some basic (and not so basic) features. But Maya is still fairly behind Max as a modeling software.

People need to be more aware of how precious and fleeting life is, how quickly time passes. Perhaps then they would be less inclined to use Blender.
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>>687339
what lol its not slower, let me explain again, in max you select the cut tool, make incisions, and done, from here you can continue using the tool OR right click again and you leave the cut tool mode and you go back to the sub object selection you were last at(vertex,edge or face).

The fucking difference is that blender doesnt give you the option to continue using the tool, it just stops after you hit enter. when in max i can just right click once more to leave the mode instead of moving my entire arm just to do one cut and having no option to continue making incisions, so instead i have to go through the trouble of pressing K again and continue and press enter again and again its fucking ridiculously slow.
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>>687344
>>687339

lol its like you think thats going to fix the problem, look at this video you fucking brianlets.
look at the amount of keybinds i had to press to make a new incision compared to max, and again if i wanted to leave the cut tool mode in max i simply hit right click again.
https://imgur.com/a/XCX89CV
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>>687403
prolly trolling but have you hit E during cut tool
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>>687407
yes i can read the fucking tooltip, again youre missing the problem. pressing E just makes a new line for that incision, at this point no incision has been made. it hasnt been made until you confirm it with enter. MAX confirms an incision when u hit right click and boom done move to the next incision boom right click. with pressing E in blender, all of those incisions are not confirmed until u press enter, which if you fuck up you have to redo all of them.
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>>687408
>>687407
and i forgot to mention the other double left mouse click to make a new cut, its all in the tooltips. but again thats not the problem im addressing here, its HOW those incisions are confirmed, its just awful on blender.
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>mfw I wrote an automated substance clone for blender and didnt release it because it runs like shit on anything with more than a few textures
Blender is good enough to trap you into making shit for it and then it fucking jobs when it matters.
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>>687413
Maybe take a look at Armory Paint. It's open source (based on Blender) and runs well.
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>>687418

Nah, I'm rolling my own on x64 asm and vulkan. Mainly developed the blender one because I needed to do a gazillion assets with more or less good quality. Plus I want to sell it.
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>>687419
Don't forget you have to provide your source code if you ever sell your plugin, kek
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>>687447

Who says am programming for blendshit lol, why would I want to waste another 3 months slowing down my program just so blendlets can pirate it?



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