Inspiratiion Stuff: Modo

The interface, modeling, 3d editing tools, import/export, feature requests, etc

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Post by jesterKing »

Looks very nice, guitarGeek!

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Post by TorQ »

WOW! Very nice work. Can't wait to get my hands on that one. Keep it up!


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Post by guitargeek »

It's coming along nicely. I'm working on transferring UV coords to the new face right now. Once I have the inititial feature set that is in my head finished, I'll see if the collective wants me to commit it.

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Post by ElBarto »

Great!!!

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Post by guitargeek »

You can check my progress here

http://www.gvc.net/~johnny/blender/rotate/

I am actually looking to replace the current CTRL-F "flip edge" function with this more robust implementation.

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Post by matt_e »

guitargeek wrote:You can check my progress here

http://www.gvc.net/~johnny/blender/rotate/

I am actually looking to replace the current CTRL-F "flip edge" function with this more robust implementation.
Two big thumbs up for this one!

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Post by bjornmose »

broken wrote: Two big thumbs up for this one!
for sure!

/* dunno how often i was deleting faces, .. grumbling someone has to code that feature */
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Post by bmud »

This program looks a lot like blender.. it's a bit scary. And presently, cgtalk posted the top 20 CG events of 2004. Modo made number #18. We need to blow this app out of the water. Maya. 3ds max.. WE need to be on the list for 2005. Let's make the GUI even better than it alrady is.. Some of the proposals for redesigns on the FX panel and for logic bricks are the most useful as I can see thus far.
http://www.cgnetworks.com/story_custom. ... 2671&page=

Luxology Modo's mainly largest killer over blender is the easy-to-understand icons for every function. Maybe we can work on some..? and ooh.. have their color reflect the color settings for the layout..! Though, of course, we don't have to waste space on things like move/rotate/scale because of the awesome hotkeys.. just think about it though.. Presently selecting between point/line/face does not have a pop-up panel likely because it's so new. I think it needs to be closer to the user.
http://www.luxology.com/modo/interface.aspx

Under 'tutorials' there's one that shows you how to make a soccerball. Now that Blender has a good global action undo system, it might be good to follow in these footsteps of including "photoshop-style" recordable actions for playback.

Okay, and lastly, you can see that on the pop-under panels, the keyboard shortcut is labeled on the right side. Doing the same would save excelntWhale from keeping a web-based listing.
http://blender.excellentwhale.com/
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Post by Money_YaY! »

bmud wrote:This program looks a lot like blender.. it's a bit scary. And presently, cgtalk posted the top 20 CG events of 2004. Modo made number #18. We need to blow this app out of the water. Maya. 3ds max.. WE need to be on the list for 2005. Let's make the GUI even better than it alrady is.. Some of the proposals for redesigns on the FX panel and for logic bricks are the most useful as I can see thus far.

http://www.cgnetworks.com/story_custom. ... 2671&page=

Luxology Modo's mainly largest killer over blender is the easy-to-understand icons for every function. Maybe we can work on some..? and ooh.. have their color reflect the color settings for the layout..! Though, of course, we don't have to waste space on things like move/rotate/scale because of the awesome hotkeys.. just think about it though.. Presently selecting between point/line/face does not have a pop-up panel likely because it's so new. I think it needs to be closer to the user.

http://www.luxology.com/modo/interface.aspx

Under 'tutorials' there's one that shows you how to make a soccerball. Now that Blender has a good global action undo system, it might be good to follow in these footsteps of including "photoshop-style" recordable actions for playback.
Have you tested Modo yet ?? And Blender looks a lot like softimage. All software at some point looks like each other. If you can somehow get the coders and users to become 50-50 then we might see some super top ten charts, one can dream
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Post by SamAdam »

we can always bank on features/price ratio.

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Post by Vek »

Divide by zero error

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Post by halibut »

Vek wrote:Divide by zero error
rofl,

Modo is really really nice though.... (really)

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