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    Audere-Est-Facere adrian's Avatar
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    Well done, I hope this is the first of many and I would definately re-join them just for the LW Tuts. As an aside I notice since they were taken over by Pluralsight that their ZBrush tutorials have dried up. What with SimplyLightwave seemingly being dead (again) it would be fantastic to have regular LW tuts on DT :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbert View Post
    Actually they're not, I should update my sig. Those are from my 6 year old computer heh. The currents ones are, Win Pro8.1, Core i7, 3.4 GHz, 16GB RAM, nVidia GT640.

    This is it if you're interested.
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    thanks for your reply Phil, really appreciated.

    After a lot of research I went with this (very similar to yours) setup:
    http://www.dell.com/us/p/xps-8700/pd...el_id=xps-8700

    I guess I don't really "NEED" a multisuperduper hyperthreading turbo-overclocked quad dual octa Xeon v6 with a gazillion terabytes of DDR2000x ram, 10 TB SSD in turbobeast mode and 4 dual SLI super Titan Xtreme Hulk pro deluxe setup. Not to mention the oveclockable case AND PSU of course.

    I guess that's enough for me. Thanks again and good luck, looking forward to more DT tutorials.
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    Well it sure helps with rendering. Last night I started a render before going to bed. This morning I woke up to find that I had hit F9 instead of F10 so I only got 1 frame. It's a 9 hour render so I sure wish I had more!
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    Congratulations Philbert! I was about to reactivate my DT account to take a Motion Builder refresher, so I'll be sure to check out your course too.

    (I guess this scratches one 'anti-Lightwave' conspiracy theory.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by speismonqui View Post
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    I guess I don't really "NEED" a multisuperduper hyperthreading turbo-overclocked quad dual octa Xeon v6 with a gazillion terabytes of DDR2000x ram, 10 TB SSD in turbobeast mode and 4 dual SLI super Titan Xtreme Hulk pro deluxe setup. Not to mention the oveclockable case AND PSU of course. ...
    Well I do!
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    Congratulation , this is a great news, I did not know so much about you , so ichecked your website Phil.

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    I've just been to the DT site but can't find the tutorial in the "new tutorials each day" section, nor can I see Lightwave listed on the list of software. It was definately released yesterday?
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    Was a Subscriber to DT, No LW tuts, dang, did learn 3DCoat, and Zbrush..

    They need a lot a lot a lot, more LW tuts there on DT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrian View Post
    I've just been to the DT site but can't find the tutorial in the "new tutorials each day" section, nor can I see Lightwave listed on the list of software. It was definately released yesterday?
    They had told me it was going to be on the 19th but maybe they scheduled that without realizing it was a holiday so they wouldn't be in the office. regardless, it's up there now.

    Everyone please go check it out I hope to see as many views as possible!

    http://www.digitaltutors.com/tutoria...n-LightWave-3D
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    Phil - when you go to Software - they don't list Lightwave. Yours is at least 1 right? It might be good to let them know to add it in there.
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    Yeah I assume they're still updating the site but I'm letting them know anyway. They also can add a LW logo for the icons on your profile showing which apps you use.
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    I wish there will be lightwave special effects tutorials in the future

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    There will be more. DT is serious about this. Actually I would have done one for them last summer and it was a tough decision but I had to back out because I was way too busy at my studio. Hard one. But I knew they were also talking to other artists. And this looks to be a great tut, so Philbert, congrats!

    I think since they have also been talking to other artists, it is something you'll see more of. I may make a run for one in the future if I can get some more time... oh well.

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    there should be water tutorials, fire tutorials, natural surrounding tutorials, realistic lighting tutorials, explosions tutorials etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octopus2000 View Post
    there should be water tutorials, fire tutorials, natural surrounding tutorials, realistic lighting tutorials, explosions tutorials etc.
    water tutorial


    Lightwave Hypervoxel Waterfall [source download]
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-yJ1txUz5s

    Lightwave Hypervoxel Fire [with file download]
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Sl9j_248-Q

    yeah hopefully more will come ... congrats excellent stuff

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