Discussion in 'Show Me The Honey' started by Chris, Jan 7, 2016.
Eh there Alisa! I hope all is great with you!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ha, nice. The chocolate covered raisins and pistachios are just out of view.
Good to see you chime in Rick!
Couple more screen grabs here.
Dinner now, then back at it.
Going to make pancakes, hash browns and eggs for dinner tonight.
I think he copied that from me.
That sounds more like breakfast to me.
Oh, and I still want to know how you get the silvery metallic look for the bones.
Oh, no, do not even go there with your stash of junk food.
Now I need chocolate and nuts...
Oh, yum...We're having eggs, too - omelets with bacon and cheese on bagels. YUM!!
Oh, girl, you are MISSING OUT!! Breakfast for dinner is delicious!! Gotta mix it up
You and me both, especially the chocolate!
Hmmmmm, bacon and eggs on bagels.
Hmmmmm, I've had lunch for breakfast before, but breakfast for dinner? I'm gonna have to check that out.
Really awesome screen captures Chris!
Now I'm hungry, after reading what you are having for supper. Breakfast is good any time of the day!
I was also thinking that I wouldn't be needing a skeleton but then the fact that someone's looking forward to the SKULL made me stop and think about how cool it would be to have a really neat high quality realistic skull… And I thought I would ask that the skeleton come either with the skull as a separate character or a material that would make everything but the skull invisible? I would be very helpful for us "skull only fans"!
You must have missed his answer about this in the HW Dog is Underway thread. Chris said it's a default look in Modo.
Ohhhh, I did miss his response, so thanks for letting me know. That's pretty cool, but I'm not spending all that money on Modo just for that.
LOL, no I wouldn't think so But definitely cool!
Yes, I like the look. I thought he had created a special shader for it.
Sacrum and Coccyx are now complete. Skull and all vertebral column done. Moving on to Os Coxa now.
A few more to show the fit inside Dusk.
Amazing work Chris, just amazing.
Start of the hip bones.