Edit poly performance: 3ds Max is the best, Blender is the worst.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VmTBCFZE6Q
Thank you, Eloi. Very cool.
Its over. Blendlets are eternally BTFO.
>>710756Very cool.I'm surprised 3ds was SO much better than houdini and maya.Blendlet questions now;What is the use of this in production? Is it not quite rare to be manipulating a 2mil+ poly object outside of zbrush? And for situations where you do need to manipulate, it legit looks like blenders sculpting to manipulate is more more flexible, especially with the new 2.82 additions.In production, would people who use Maya/Houdini just send it to 3dsmax to manipulate?
>>710759In production if I had to move that many polys, I'd shoot it over to zbrush 9/10 times.
>>710767Right, that's what I thought.
>>710756>Houdini only just beating out blenderI guess math isn't everything huh nerds.Fucking nerds.This is why 3D is ART TERRITORY AND YOU DONT BELONG
>>710756No one ever would edit polys on such a high count mesh though. As others said, just send it to zbrush.The real reason blender is the worst at this is because with a simple mistaken press of the tab key you can crash your file.
>>710770>with a simple mistaken press of the tab key you can crash your file.
>>710769What's the matter? Tried learning Houdini and couldn't, and now set arbitrary boundaries to justify your failure as not that important?
>>710769Poly modelling is not Houdini's specialty. The fact that its outperforming Blender in that regard is really pathetic.
>>710769I’d love to see you model a building that fits the construction codes and laws of your area without doing math.
>>710775we all are Somalians here
>But nobody ever works with that high of a polycount, r-right?
>>710778Don’t you just love it when people act like they know everything about what you’re talking about and then post a snarky smiley face?
>>710792I've noticed it's usually Europeans who do that. I worked with a bunch, great people, but when in an argument, they would always :) ;) ;P at me.
>>710793The ":)" I understand, as a way of making criticism appear less dry. The others however, they are the mark of assholes.
>>710800Emojis are strange, it's interesting how they can be perceived
>>710778Solid Snake is a retarded fanboy who doesn't know shit. But the Dunning and the Kruger is strong in him.
as much as i love max... i hate it for other reasons...IPR is a nightmare because it crashes with every simple fucking change... alot of times even no change at all.Build-in rigging is a nightmare and even tho cat has potential it lacks retargeting features. Skinning is so fkn unefficient.Morpher modifier is shit, blenders shape key system can even combine multiple meshes and weld verts and the morphs still work.
>>710756Amazing guy.He is a spanish working in 3D scene on Canada.He cover RTX in SIGGRAPH last year
>>710756Yeah it’s shit and everybody already knew that. Hopefully it will get fixed in the future. One of the sorest points in Blender 2.8
>>710759It's not 2mil+. It's already 100k+ where Blender starts to choke.
Stop promoting your fucking shitty products!We need some fucking janitors to ban these Houdini, Modo and other threads.KYS shill!
>>710773>>710774>>710775Houdini nerds seethingBe careful or ill come pull down your pants nerds
>>710778Fucking cringeI use blender but damn i never thought blendlets really existed.
>>710881try running a fluid sim, blender still has a way to go without add-ons
>>710881>I don’t know how to respond directly to these posts so I’m going to make insults instead!
>>710896Blendlets seriously think that FLIP plugin competes with Houdini? The one written by a single dude?This is the kind of update Houdini gets with every new versionhttps://youtu.be/hpDxWuBN3N4?t=217
blender user, just checked it myself, blender shat its pants, I haven't even noticed this, but its true, fucking blender devs need to focus on blender's strengths, instead of retarded shit like the grease pencil and eeveemeanwhile quixel released a beast bridge for their model which can be used as a model library
>>710896Why are you bringing up blender?Insecure much, Houdini nerd?
>>710915What could he be insecure about? lmao
>>710915the thread is about comparing different software, including Blender
>>710756Mayafags btfo too lmao
>>710915This fear induced inclination to bully is noted. The more mathematically inclined dispense with the crudity of brush based techniques altogether and engage the world of art at its most fundamental geometric reckoning. It is understandable to be fearful of Godliness.