Model a Wheel in MoI 3D
Phil Nolan walks you through the finer points of modeling a car wheel in Moment of Inspiration (MoI 3D) and how to export and render it in LightWave3D 2019.1.5. This is a great tutorial for artists who want to get started using this very user friendly CAD software but don’t know where to begin. This is complete tutorial providing end to end project details and files so you are up and running fast! Just $19.95USD
The LFS Project
If you have heard me (Kat) refer to a “Project Genesis” over the past few years, you should know that it is on going and is a series of micro projects that over all, form a whole. It’s purpose dates back to our founding. To our foundation. It is now time for us at Liberty3d.com to take the next step in this series of micro projects. This one in particular being the last that Larry Shultz was directly aware of. The LFS Project is now activated as part of “Project Genesis” and today it will serve as a vehicle forRead More
Free Video: Compositing Buffer Export
This video covers some of the functionality, workflow and quirks of LightWave 11.5’s Compositing Buffer Export. It’s not a comprehensive video about the tool, or the concept of multi-pass rendering, but it does show the basics of how to use the tool and warns about a fairly big gotcha with it.
LightNet: Cloud – Onsite/Offsite Render Controller
Joe Justice has announced his new render controller is available for public beta.
LightNet: Cloud takes a totally different approach to rendering. It uses a FTP server to store scene data and output frames. Render nodes can be on the onsite network or offsite connecting via the internet. The settings are simple and there is a diagnostics tool to help setup. Scenes are sent to the sever via a Watch Folder. All you have to do is drop a scene in the folder and everything happens automagically.