View Full Version : I'm trying XSI - and i need help !
11 November 2004, 01:11 AM
I worked with LW until now, but i decided to try XSI 'cause i saw some amazing animation tutorials. I downlaoded a demo, and Now i need help. If someone could drive me to good website or send me gold-tutorials that would be great and so marvelous ...:sad:
11 November 2004, 01:13 AM
umm there's more, but that'll keep ya busy for a few months.
11 November 2004, 01:17 AM
WOAW! ... so quick !
11 November 2004, 01:14 AM
Second day with demo, well tried some little things (so little that i can't show you :scream: ). Now a little problem stop me :
how to put references pictures in diffťrents views?
11 November 2004, 01:22 AM
You can do it through rotoscope features or make image planes... both have pros/cons... do a search here and at xsibase and the html manual will help alot too... there is a really good breakdown on the ways to do this in some of the 3dtutorial tuts... but they are not free... cheap, and well worth it, but not free. If you are serious about XSI tho... those vidtuts and the dvd set from SI are must-haves.
11 November 2004, 02:48 AM
I got it !
I'll try to make something tomorrow, going to bed now.
Thanks for tips JDex.
11 November 2004, 10:14 AM
Iím afraid I havenít got time to look it up myself, just running out the door.
But if you look on Ed Harrissís site there is a tutorial listed which goes into rotoscoping with image planes. The unique thing with this tutorial is that it makes use of XSIís ability to have different display modes in the same view port.
The gist of it is, you have a line drawing that you apply to an image plane, set itís display options to an Open-GL alpha texture and disable the viewport overrides.
What you end up with is just the lines from the image floating in space (the rest of the plane is invisible, whilst you can have any display mode for the rest of your model (wire, shaded, textures, etc).
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