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OnlineRender
08-21-2013, 03:06 PM
I got a nice email today asking if a certain "respectable site" could use some of the images from the Lwiki article , I want to say "YES" but I also want to respect the original authors time and effort and give credit , the only issue being I don't remember who wrote it " I have a rough idea "

any ideas ? and if it was yourself can this certain site use the images ... PM me if needed


this is the article and I highly recommend reading it

I would ask Ben but he is not on skype atm ....

http://lightwiki.com/wiki/Fundamentals_of_Subpatch_Modeling

Oedo 808
08-21-2013, 03:28 PM
It's Richard Culver's, AKA Surrealist. I Googled for a post (http://forums.newtek.com/showthread.php?135504-Human-Realism-in-Lightwave&p=1321594&viewfull=1#post1321594) by him and you can see it linked in his sig.

It is indeed a very nice tutorial on subpatching.

OnlineRender
08-21-2013, 03:34 PM
It's Richard Culver's, AKA Surrealist. I Googled for a post (http://forums.newtek.com/showthread.php?135504-Human-Realism-in-Lightwave&p=1321594&viewfull=1#post1321594) by him and you can see it linked in his sig.

It is indeed a very nice tutorial on subpatching.

cheers I did Pm him about an hour ago... hopefully he gets back

..it's a quality tutorial

Surrealist.
08-21-2013, 08:30 PM
Hey sorry to be late to the party. I did answer your PM, which you'll get when you come back online. My only issue as stated in the PM is that I did create all of the images for the tutorial. Most of them for it specifically. Some of them from my past works. And I did it to help the community. I did not do it so another entity could use the images and exploit them in any way - meaning not give credit. If they give credit to me and the LightWiki I am all for it. But if they want to just use them to create an article or tutorial and make no reference to the source (our community) I am not really interested in helping them. Unless they want to pay. And actually to give credit where is due. I forgot to mention that Ben actually created the images under the heading "Subdivision Math".

All the square ones that look like this:

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