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mslourens
01-04-2006, 09:54 AM
Hi,
I have to model the Nile and its environment, so I thought the best program to do the job was Vue 5 Infinite, but has somebody a tutorial or a link to a site with tutorials for me, so I could understand how Vue works. Now I only can make some terrains, a preset sky and some trees, but I don't have enough knowledge to make that what I want.
Or is there another program what I can use, that's easier to learn and use?

Thanks in advance for the help.

DigitalDream345
01-05-2006, 10:41 AM
Hi,

take a look at the Renderosity.com at the Vue Forum there is Backroom with a lot of great
tutorials

or look at e-onsoftware.com there are flash tutorials

Regards

DigitalDream

mdunakin
01-06-2006, 05:50 PM
Or check out:
http://www.md-arts.com/
under the Tutorials section.
You can thank Dig here for that killer tutorial :)
There's only one there for Vue right now, but later, there'll be more.
But add this one to your other list that was mentioned.

As well as this one here:
http://www.cornucopia3d.com/
and look under the Classroom section.

...............md :)

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doonee
01-08-2006, 11:39 PM
hi
how close do you wanna come to your target, and how much detail do you mean to show ?

rgds
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andronikos916
01-09-2006, 10:30 PM
...I have a similar project to make. It is about rendering an entire Island from the top (birds eye view) and then zoom in to 17 different locations for more detail.

...do you recoment to use Vue Inf 5 or stick with Max or C4d that I know pretty good? I know Vue 5 but have not not spent weeks or months masterize it. Only around 20+ hrs with it. It is seems easy and very good till now but I am not sure if it is flexible program.

...the detail that I need to put has to be pretty acurate for myself.

Sorry if i highjack your post mslourens. :hmm:

thanx,
Andronikos
www.ixor3d.com (http://www.ixor3d.com)

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