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Post: #21
RE: Handgun/Pistol

(05-29-2012 11:00 PM)Xvideogamer720X Wrote:  Whooooaaaa Ok. I barley just checked out this thread (haven't checked it out ever since the day I created this thread) and all of a sudden there's a debate about piracy?

Listen guys, we don't need to argue or debate about this. All I said was "there's no tutorials" and "I tried Blender" and all that and someone else recommending Blender (Rapture). That's it. Then somebody else just brought up something about another program and that, as said by him, he doesn't make excuses about piracy. Sure if there was another program that I could use which would make modeling much easier, I would use it. However, if it has to come to piracy and, keep this in mind, I have NO experience with modeling, then why should I get it? Also, surely all of us has committed something with piracy at least ONCE. If you sincerely have not done ANYTHING that involves piracy, then jolly good for you, stay like that. If you have, then oh damn well. A ton of people have done it, and it'll just keep going and going. That's life. Piracy will ALWAYS exist with almost any program that comes out.

Blender, as seen from a lot of modelers around here, is being used by pretty much everyone. Blender is even the program "noob" modelers use (like me, but I still need to work out the kinks). Yes I know about the tutorials, thank for you linking me to them and/or telling me that there actually are tutorials (again, sorry if I seemed stubborn and lazy), and I'll try my best to learn modeling. And, before anyone says anything, NO I am not supporting piracy. Don't get my words mixed up. I'm just dropping this debate from here on out.

Please, let's just drop the piracy argument/debate, alright guys? Or the "this program is better at doing this than this other program (Maya vs. Blender)" arguments.

Let's just stay on topic, no?

However, I do thank you all for recommending me a couple of other programs, but I might ether stick to Blender or, as Statyk said, create a student license for Maya.

(05-29-2012 03:41 PM)Eliphas Wrote:  Hm.. Here is a pistol that I've made. If someone can Uv it I can share it, I guess.
http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2012...stitre.png
That looks like a good pistol!

Oh and someone asked about what type of gun I'd want. I would like it to be one of the pistols from around the 80s-90s (or like the gun in the picture above). Sorry for not stating that earlier. But one exception of a "modern" handgun would be the Glock.
There is no debate; I brought it up because I deemed it an important point to raise. I was then shown that there are indeed equally good programs that are free (open source even) and partially retracted my previous statements. If you had read my post (or read more closely) you would have seen I did not want to start arguing about piracy and would ignore any posts regarding it.

P.S. The nineteen eighties? When is your custom story set exactly if you were accepting of a flintlock pistol yet then requested a modern handgun?
05-30-2012 01:17 AM
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Post: #22
RE: Handgun/Pistol

(05-30-2012 01:17 AM)Bridge Wrote:  
(05-29-2012 11:00 PM)Xvideogamer720X Wrote:  Whooooaaaa Ok. I barley just checked out this thread (haven't checked it out ever since the day I created this thread) and all of a sudden there's a debate about piracy?

Listen guys, we don't need to argue or debate about this. All I said was "there's no tutorials" and "I tried Blender" and all that and someone else recommending Blender (Rapture). That's it. Then somebody else just brought up something about another program and that, as said by him, he doesn't make excuses about piracy. Sure if there was another program that I could use which would make modeling much easier, I would use it. However, if it has to come to piracy and, keep this in mind, I have NO experience with modeling, then why should I get it? Also, surely all of us has committed something with piracy at least ONCE. If you sincerely have not done ANYTHING that involves piracy, then jolly good for you, stay like that. If you have, then oh damn well. A ton of people have done it, and it'll just keep going and going. That's life. Piracy will ALWAYS exist with almost any program that comes out.

Blender, as seen from a lot of modelers around here, is being used by pretty much everyone. Blender is even the program "noob" modelers use (like me, but I still need to work out the kinks). Yes I know about the tutorials, thank for you linking me to them and/or telling me that there actually are tutorials (again, sorry if I seemed stubborn and lazy), and I'll try my best to learn modeling. And, before anyone says anything, NO I am not supporting piracy. Don't get my words mixed up. I'm just dropping this debate from here on out.

Please, let's just drop the piracy argument/debate, alright guys? Or the "this program is better at doing this than this other program (Maya vs. Blender)" arguments.

Let's just stay on topic, no?

However, I do thank you all for recommending me a couple of other programs, but I might ether stick to Blender or, as Statyk said, create a student license for Maya.

(05-29-2012 03:41 PM)Eliphas Wrote:  Hm.. Here is a pistol that I've made. If someone can Uv it I can share it, I guess.
http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2012...stitre.png
That looks like a good pistol!

Oh and someone asked about what type of gun I'd want. I would like it to be one of the pistols from around the 80s-90s (or like the gun in the picture above). Sorry for not stating that earlier. But one exception of a "modern" handgun would be the Glock.
There is no debate; I brought it up because I deemed it an important point to raise. I was then shown that there are indeed equally good programs that are free (open source even) and partially retracted my previous statements. If you had read my post (or read more closely) you would have seen I did not want to start arguing about piracy and would ignore any posts regarding it.

P.S. The nineteen eighties? When is your custom story set exactly if you were accepting of a flintlock pistol yet then requested a modern handgun?
No, I understand what you mean, but I'm just saying lets stay on topic here.

And yeah, the 1980s-1990s. And I didn't request a modern handgun, I just said it's an exceptional gun if someone were to make it. Because, I don't know, maybe a Glock is easier to model and create than lets say that pistol I showed on the image.
05-30-2012 02:16 AM
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Post: #23
RE: Handgun/Pistol

cough cough... derp. youtube : d123s404, close friend, models professionally with blender and has several nice tutorials on his channel for aspiring blender artists. Blender has thousands of tutorials on youtube.
(05-29-2012 04:50 AM)Xvideogamer720X Wrote:  
(05-29-2012 04:44 AM)Rapture Wrote:  IMO modeling isn't that hard because using the actual program (Ex: Blender, Maya) will be far harder to master rather than modeling the item.

So ya... try out Blender. (It's free, but it might be harder than a paid program like Maya).
I tried Blender, and trust me, I worked for about an hour trying to freakin' figure out what to do with this and that. Nope. Had no idea what I was doing.

There aren't any tutorials, ether. And even if there were, I bet they would be really complicated.

05-30-2012 06:25 AM
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Post: #24
RE: Handgun/Pistol

(05-30-2012 02:16 AM)Xvideogamer720X Wrote:  
(05-30-2012 01:17 AM)Bridge Wrote:  
(05-29-2012 11:00 PM)Xvideogamer720X Wrote:  Whooooaaaa Ok. I barley just checked out this thread (haven't checked it out ever since the day I created this thread) and all of a sudden there's a debate about piracy?

Listen guys, we don't need to argue or debate about this. All I said was "there's no tutorials" and "I tried Blender" and all that and someone else recommending Blender (Rapture). That's it. Then somebody else just brought up something about another program and that, as said by him, he doesn't make excuses about piracy. Sure if there was another program that I could use which would make modeling much easier, I would use it. However, if it has to come to piracy and, keep this in mind, I have NO experience with modeling, then why should I get it? Also, surely all of us has committed something with piracy at least ONCE. If you sincerely have not done ANYTHING that involves piracy, then jolly good for you, stay like that. If you have, then oh damn well. A ton of people have done it, and it'll just keep going and going. That's life. Piracy will ALWAYS exist with almost any program that comes out.

Blender, as seen from a lot of modelers around here, is being used by pretty much everyone. Blender is even the program "noob" modelers use (like me, but I still need to work out the kinks). Yes I know about the tutorials, thank for you linking me to them and/or telling me that there actually are tutorials (again, sorry if I seemed stubborn and lazy), and I'll try my best to learn modeling. And, before anyone says anything, NO I am not supporting piracy. Don't get my words mixed up. I'm just dropping this debate from here on out.

Please, let's just drop the piracy argument/debate, alright guys? Or the "this program is better at doing this than this other program (Maya vs. Blender)" arguments.

Let's just stay on topic, no?

However, I do thank you all for recommending me a couple of other programs, but I might ether stick to Blender or, as Statyk said, create a student license for Maya.

(05-29-2012 03:41 PM)Eliphas Wrote:  Hm.. Here is a pistol that I've made. If someone can Uv it I can share it, I guess.
http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2012...stitre.png
That looks like a good pistol!

Oh and someone asked about what type of gun I'd want. I would like it to be one of the pistols from around the 80s-90s (or like the gun in the picture above). Sorry for not stating that earlier. But one exception of a "modern" handgun would be the Glock.
There is no debate; I brought it up because I deemed it an important point to raise. I was then shown that there are indeed equally good programs that are free (open source even) and partially retracted my previous statements. If you had read my post (or read more closely) you would have seen I did not want to start arguing about piracy and would ignore any posts regarding it.

P.S. The nineteen eighties? When is your custom story set exactly if you were accepting of a flintlock pistol yet then requested a modern handgun?
No, I understand what you mean, but I'm just saying lets stay on topic here.

And yeah, the 1980s-1990s. And I didn't request a modern handgun, I just said it's an exceptional gun if someone were to make it. Because, I don't know, maybe a Glock is easier to model and create than lets say that pistol I showed on the image.
Easier maybe but a bit anachronistic wouldn't you say?
05-30-2012 01:26 PM
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Post: #25
RE: Handgun/Pistol

i would like to see if someone will combinate the pistol with this kind of combat system !
http://www.frictionalgames.com/forum/thread-14444.html

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