Andrew D Lyons
tstexture at gmail.com
Tue Nov 14 15:39:57 EST 2006
is it useful to seperate out two modelling paradigms?
1./ Procedural modelling with deformation/animation controls embedded
at various stages of the modelling process.
2./ Modelling for the sole purpose of deformation after the fact.
Due to popular conventions, when people speak of "modelling" they are
normally talking about 2, but 1 definitely has it's applications in
various effects - such as anything that moves that can't be controlled
easily or precisely using the sort of deformation controls that are
available for moving pre-built geometry.
On 14/11/06, Jean-Claude <jclaude at mimgfx.com> wrote:
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> Simon Barrick wrote:
> > The brain... Cerebrum and cerebellum with all its internal workings plus
> > vascular system and several layers of fascia.... I'd attached an image
> > but I don't think they work on the list. Email off list if you'd like
> > one.
> > Si
> wow... i definetly like to see it if its possibile... ... guess an image would say not much on the techniques used
> but.. I'll appreciate anything you can send :)
> thanks in advance
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> .: jean-claude
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