Sunday, September 18, 2011

Concept Doggie

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This is a concept doggie that I built in Hexagon 2.5. He is a WIP (work in progress) still needs a lot of work ie: rigging and texturizing *sigh* but I will get there!

He is a simple creation, that I enjoyed doing. No sketches involved, he came about from doodling

Thank you for looking!

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Model Monument

model monument by Pamyla

I scribbled this image and then exported it into Hexagon 2.5. It is a simple render of a pair of fantasy wings.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Flying Hearts

Flying Hearts image by Pamyla



A couple of friends of mine Lorie and Wanda were talking about how much they love watching love stories. I don't care for them, but came up with this image.

I drew the heart and then created a 3D version of it. For the weird wings, I just played and created them in 3D.

I was being sarcastic when I put the wings on crooked and off balance. Neither of them think that this is a funny image, maybe you will. What do you think?

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Free September 2011 Desktop



I hope that you enjoy it, you can also use it as wallpaper on your smartphone! I created this in blender 3D

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Hexagon Carafe

Carafe by Pamyla

I sure have missed playing with Hexagon! I have been working on learning 3D modeling, when I came across blender 3D, and decided to jump ship. *sigh* So far, I have about 20 products from Hexagon and 2 from blender lol
. What made me jump ship in the first place? Well Hexagon does not have a render engine, whereas blender has a built in renderer, game engine, rigging capabilities etc. I could actually produce a short animated movie (a dream of mine) but the proggie is really hard to learn. The interface and tools really get to me. Now I am back with my love Hexagon and still producing simple projects, but at least I am producing something...it's a back to the drawing board type of thing.
But for me it is frustrating. I really want to create and.produce my own characters and a short film. So, the time that I put into blender, I could have invested getting to know Hexagon better. Isn't life just funny like that? The moral of this story: **Haste makes waste **
What do you think?