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Totyo
10-24-2007, 09:30 PM
Hi,

For those of you who are looking to zbrush 3, I will do tomorrow a live demonstration of the software at the Polyloop forum. You ill be able to see in live what is currently in my screen and ask questions or just comment in the forum's chat.

Please, consider that I'm not a native english speaker, then my englsh won't be the best of the world... but I will do my best!

Also, it will be a presentation of the software, of its features, and not an advanced training session. Advanced and skilled users of Zbrush, I'm afraid it won't be for you ! :)

We will also have a guest: Ryan Kingslien, the Product Manager of Zbrush himself who will be here and who which will participate at the end of a session of questions and answers.

This is the information about this event:


When: Thursday 25th, 12:00 am (noon) PST time, 3:00pm EST, 9:00pm/21:00 french time (GMT+2). Please, be connected a little bit before!
Where: please, log in the Polyloop chat (http://forums.polyloop.net/misc.php?do=flashchat) for more instruction. You -must- be a registered user of Polyloop to log in the chat.
Software needed: a web browser with a Flash plugin (Flash 8 or higher), a high speed connection (around 5-600 kbits), no dialup connection.
More information in this thread (http://forums.polyloop.net/news-english/13159-polystream-zbrush-live-presentation-thursday-25th-12-00-pm-lunch-noon-pst-time.html). You can ask questions here, no problems :)

Rhs_CG
10-25-2007, 02:47 AM
Sounds great. Thanks!

Will the session be recorded, and available later for those who can't connect at the hour indicated?

Totyo
10-25-2007, 07:12 AM
I don't think for this one... sorry!

Totyo
10-25-2007, 08:33 AM
(snip, double post, sorry)

Totyo
10-25-2007, 06:42 PM
we will have another guest from Pixologic, Jaime Labelle :)
The streaming will start in less than 20 minutes :)

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