View Full Version : BTW, Tutorials WILL Come, Later :)
07 July 2005, 05:40 AM
I also just wanted to let those of you out there that know how I am about creating tutorials,
that as soon as I learn this app, you can count on me to add a few tutorials for you all out
there that may want them :)
So, now would be a good time to start letting me know of any suggestions that you may
be interested in me doing some tuts on, as I'd like to know what to maybe have a
better look at while I'm learning this app.
Not getting ahead of the horse or anything at all like that, but just letting you know.
Just thought I'd let you all know...............md :)
07 July 2005, 10:12 PM
No body yet on what areas they may want me to look at for tutorials yet, eh?
It's OK, it'll take me a couple of few weeks anyway to learn this program,
but from what I've seen, it's a fairly easy program to work with, so maybe
that's why there aren't too many thoughts on the subject.
I have however, found some tuts on my own, and one of the first I plan
on trying out will be that one on creating foam near a shore line.
That one was cool, and I already saved out the sample they posted up.
Anyway, can't wait for Monday, as that should be the day I get mine!
07 July 2005, 08:15 PM
Foam near the shoreline would be EXCELLENT! I'm just playing with the demo now, but I'm close to purchasing, and my first project involves ships sailing by an island. I was just thinking, how the heck am I going to do that foam.
Thanks in advance.
07 July 2005, 10:36 PM
Actually, they already have some pretty awesome tutorials floating around for this subject.
In fact, I read them AND downloaded the sample vue file they posted from one of them before I even got Vue.
And you may find more, or other cool tutorials here:
And then there was this killer one.
Look at how good the texturing is in the foam.
Right now, I'm having fun going through the first tutorials that come with Vue, as I just got it today!
So, needless to say, I'm the happy camper............md :)
07 July 2005, 11:32 PM
im glad you´re enjoying it md :)
07 July 2005, 11:32 PM
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