Building melody and chords.
Building melody and chords.
First time ever making something with Blender, after several months of struggling without realizing that I’m not on Blender 2.8 (the update that makes everything easier for beginners) but that was because my old PC was too garbage to run Blender 2.79 or above. Now, that has changed, and I’ve got a new gaming PC.
I know I copied the chair from the tutorial, but man, all it actually takes is a few loop cuts and extruding!
I can’t believe that I never bothered to watch a tutorial and realize how easy it is to learn Blender nowadays. I could have learned to use it a year or two ago if I actually READ a tutorial at that time.
Anyways, here. Fiddled around with the bevels.
(edited into a slight mass reply)
I’m beginning to learn more about Blender, and I tried my best to make a muzzle brake (a specific type of muzzle brake I had seen from Phantom Forces)
edit: thanks GregTame, I very much appreciate your work as well
edit 2: I also made a barrel as well. Wow, I can’t believe I can do this so much faster now.
Blender 2.8+ is so much easier! I have to say I tried Blender 2.7 once previously but couldn’t figure it out and uninstalled it. I reinstalled it again recently with the latest version and I made my first model too, so it just goes to show how significant and awesome that update was!
I actually watched a tutorial on making a Funko Pop and went from there to make that.
Autodromo Di Nazionale Monza, a famous motorsport track located in the city of Monza, also known as “the temple of speed” for Its high-speed straights and slow chicanes.
Still have vegetation to put up, but I got some crowd textures and fictional sponsors working!
What music track is that in the teaser?
Expensive lighting. The quality of the lighting, and environment animations (such as the hyper lanes you see) are bound to the quality level set by the Roblox client — or set manually in the games settings.
Just a parking garage. But not just any. It’s a showcase for the vehicle meshes I make. The more I add, the bigger the garage gets. Very basic, nothing fancy but I wouldn’t mind adding some spice to it.
I’m finishing up the first beta for my Private Server List bot. This bot makes it easier for members of your Roblox Discord group to play together by allowing members to “donate” their private servers.
EDIT: see the thread: RbxServerList - Private Server List for your Discord Community
The RbxServerList bot keeps an updated list of private servers along with their player counts, and also allows you to set your own limits on how many people can join from the list.
The Discord bot keeps a list in the #private-servers channel in your Discord, as well as an online version where users can also donate their servers.
Here’s what the website looks like so far:
The server donating process:
Discord server list:
Not shown is the admin panel for Discord mods as well as the server management page that lets you set custom player limits.
The Old Man And His Life:
Don’t give up on games like I used to do! Keep going unless you have no determination to make it.
Although I think roblox would content delete it tbf for having UwU in it.
Once again back with another project. This time around i made marching cubes with procedural generation, cause why not? Post (devforum)