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Working on making the physical model of the Akyazi ship. I ordered the ship last week and am still anxiously awaiting its arrival.
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Thank you to all who have browsed and marked my gallery art. It's been a pleasure makes this stuff but it's far more appreciated when I get comments, likes and favorited. I purged some of the early work tonight. It was exciting when I first learned h...
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The Control Console and the Delivery Device are now available for purchase in my store on CGTrader for an introductory price of just $5 Get it now before the price goes up! https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-models/electronics/other/delivery-device-control-...
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I've recently partnered with Jason Ritchie, an absolute wizard in 3D printing, to put some of my stuff on the market.

We've created a new website, www.Greebles-3D.com and are sporadically adding new material as we develop the models.

Right now we have about 6 unique models that when complete will be uploaded to the website for purchase.


These models will be:

1) Figures as depicted on this page in sizes ranging from 10" tall to 24"

2) Starships ranging from 10" long to 36" and

3) Star bases ranging from 12" tall to 30"


You can see some of the stuff here in my private viewing by simply "watching" my page.


More as it develops.

STAY AWAY FROM HEXAGON!!!

DAZ HAS NO INTEREST IN IT AND YOU"LL WASTE HOURS, DAYS LEARNING FIXES AND WORK AROUNDS ONLY TO PULL YOUR HAIR OUT.


And just another disappointing Hexagon issue...

After months of learning a new design system I stumbled across some cryptic notes on fixes for the Hexagon program screwups. At that time I logged it because I wasn't interested in getting started again with the frustrating crap this nearly useless program has turned out to be.

In any case, several weeks later, having nothing better to do, I installed the fixes and opened it again.

This piece of sh** program has always opened with an unavoidable, "News" screen that updates you on the progress of the software. It's annoying because YEARS after the last update, there are still no updates even though the program is riddled with mistakes and glitches AND you have to go through it to get to the work space.


So now, this news program is opening half off my desktop making it impossible to close it and move on to the desktop work space.

Despite investing an hour trying everything I can think of to close this useless pane including deleting the program and re-installing it, the same issue occurs.


I have once again, given up on this piece of sh** software for Blender.


STAY AWAY FROM HEXAGON!!!


DAZ HAS NO INTEREST IN IT AND YOU"LL WASTE HOURS, DAYS LEARNING FIXES AND WORK AROUNDS ONLY TO PULL YOUR HAIR OUT.

Just one more DA coding issue in Daz, rigging.

For whatever reason, no one there is apparently able to figure out how to clear the geometry when you want to alter or start over on rigging.

You actually have to close the entire program, re-open it and reload the object to clear it out for a fresh or alternate start.

How difficult is it to create a "NEW" button that actually works?

Found a DA work around...

If you start by deleting the model in the "Viewport" either by selecting it and selecting "Delete" or, (and this is probably a better way since it removes all items) use the "File" tab and select "New".


Then you select the model in the "Geometry" pane and simply delete it.


Then, from the "Relationships" pane you need to select the root, "Bones" directory (must have all the bones under it) and select "Remove Bones and Children"

If you don't have all your bones beneath that directory you need to shift what isn't below it, into it.


You can then move back to the "Geometries" pane and load in a new model.


Note:

"Apply SubD" will remain checked if you do this. Don't sweat it. It has no adverse affect on the new model loaded in. Just select "Create" after you have the parent/child relationships set up and move on.


Maybe those geniuses (dripping sarcasm) can remember to install a button in the next revision, that clears it all out in one application.

Duh.

Now that I'm dabbling deeper into rigging, I'm discovering how inept the administration within Daz actually is.

There apparently is little if any oversight of coding and issues there-in.


This would be such a great product if it were run by people who actually know how to run a software production business rather than pimple faced kids with sugar intake problems.

It kinda annoys me a bit when people peruse my site and download my stuff without so much as an "atta boy" or "thanks" much less actual comments, you know.

Against my better judgement, I put one of the Tie Bombers on my storefront at Renderhub as a freebie.
I've had over 250 views, no idea how many downloads and 4 favs on it while it's sister, same ship but a better detail version at $10 has had 12 views, no purchasers and no reviews.

I hate cheapskates man.
Worse part of it is no one really even cares how much time and effort we put into this stuff.
They open their free Daz program, call up a free, naked doll, dress it in something they got for free and Mayyy Beee, add a free PSP backdrop to it then post the piece of shit work on the gallery and pridefully, call it art.
My grandson uses more talent in applying his feces to the bathroom wall than these dweebs do.
At the very least, he made the feces.

Only a couple of them actually create their work.
The rest, plagiarizer.

Fuck.
Maybe it's just me getting old and grumpy this week.

I took the Tie bomber off yesterday and resubmitted it as a $1 item.
Fuck-um.
you really don't know much about Daz studio do you lol