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Sebastian Larsen
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Doing it in 3D
Doing it in 3D

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I have a little conundrum, I was thinking you would be able to help me with:

How would you make seamless diagonal stripes across a pillar that is tapered? The problem is not so much the very top of it as the body. Triplanar won't work. I've tried all kinds of projection types in Modo.

Thanks a lot, I know there's someone that know how to solve this :)


https://monosnap.com/file/lO5FxNAufrP9q0No0W3aXBfefZCTdZ

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I'm looking forward to this. The series is the best in shooters and this looks promising.
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This painting will be an oil painting, but this is where I use the digital side of me. I modeled and textured this PT-22 Ryan Recruit about 5-6 months ago. I build 3D models(and scale plastic models too) to use them as references for traditional drawings and paintings. I also use them in my digital art as well. Here, I have composed a scene with my own 3D model build of the PT-22 and am using a digital projector to transfer my digital work to the board I just prepped for painting. Each 3D model I build is meticulously researched and is painstakingly built as accurate as possible. You could say I'm pulling double duty, but I enjoy modeling, be it a plastic scale kit or a 3D model. If I cannot find an affordable, accurate plastic kit, then I build it as a 3D model using Cinema 4D. My digital projector is connected to my computer's HDMI port, so I can manipulate the projection with ease onto the surface I am painting.
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