The Pushing Points Topology Workbook Volume 01 Vaughan, William C: Libros – Amazon.es

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20 reviews for The Pushing Points Topology Workbook Volume 01 Vaughan, William C: Libros – Amazon.es

  1. MR C.

    As someone relatively new to polygon modelling triangles and n-gons can be the bane of my life. To the best of my knowledge the techniques for correcting topology issues in 3D meshes presented here are not readily available anywhere else and certainly aren’t available presented in such an instructive way. I’ve had this book a week or so and I am already a more skilled modeller and have gone back and fixed many of the issues I gave up on in my previous work.Highly recommended.

  2. T NICE

    I highly recommend this book. For beginner or for reference for anybody else. If you are interested in modelling, learning modelling, or just wanting to brush up on your topology skills, then this is the book for you. Clear, concise, with lots of examples. And if you practice, what you learn from the examples, then you will soon develop the skills, to develop your own clean topology, in your own models. The book is very well written, superbly presented and in full colour. It is not software specific, and so you can take what you learn, and apply in whatever 3D software you use. This is a book that I have been searching for, for a long time!

  3. T NICE

    I highly recommend this book. For beginner or for reference for anybody else. If you are interested in modelling, learning modelling, or just wanting to brush up on your topology skills, then this is the book for you. Clear, concise, with lots of examples. And if you practice, what you learn from the examples, then you will soon develop the skills, to develop your own clean topology, in your own models. The book is very well written, superbly presented and in full colour. It is not software specific, and so you can take what you learn, and apply in whatever 3D software you use. This is a book that I have been searching for, for a long time!

  4. MR C.

    As someone relatively new to polygon modelling triangles and n-gons can be the bane of my life. To the best of my knowledge the techniques for correcting topology issues in 3D meshes presented here are not readily available anywhere else and certainly aren’t available presented in such an instructive way. I’ve had this book a week or so and I am already a more skilled modeller and have gone back and fixed many of the issues I gave up on in my previous work.Highly recommended.

  5. MR S RILEY

    This book is really very good at explaining how to solve the faults sometimes created in meshes, especially after subdividing the surfaces. I use Modo as my go-to modeller and William says that it is Modo that he uses in the book, but, that should not put off people using other software, the fixes apply to whichever software you use. I’m only part way through this at the moment, but it’s a defo keeper.

  6. MR S RILEY

    This book is really very good at explaining how to solve the faults sometimes created in meshes, especially after subdividing the surfaces. I use Modo as my go-to modeller and William says that it is Modo that he uses in the book, but, that should not put off people using other software, the fixes apply to whichever software you use. I’m only part way through this at the moment, but it’s a defo keeper.

  7. Saied

    The author of the excellent Digital Modeling book has perhaps surpassed even that work with a seminal publication about one of the hardest aspects of 3D modeling – understanding topology and how to really think like a modeler, yet without any compromise at all he has taken it down to a level where even us dumb peeps can understand (!).This is information which usually takes years of experience to acquire and is very rare to see tackled head-on at all, but is presented clearly and succintly and I don’t think I have ever seen a teacher with this level of gift for imparting traditionally difficult knowledge in such an extremely fun way.Though not a direct modeling book, if you are in any way serious about modeling, this is an essential purchase which could save you literally years of time.

  8. Saied

    The author of the excellent Digital Modeling book has perhaps surpassed even that work with a seminal publication about one of the hardest aspects of 3D modeling – understanding topology and how to really think like a modeler, yet without any compromise at all he has taken it down to a level where even us dumb peeps can understand (!).This is information which usually takes years of experience to acquire and is very rare to see tackled head-on at all, but is presented clearly and succintly and I don’t think I have ever seen a teacher with this level of gift for imparting traditionally difficult knowledge in such an extremely fun way.Though not a direct modeling book, if you are in any way serious about modeling, this is an essential purchase which could save you literally years of time.

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  11. Amazon Kunde

    Voor iedereen die meer wil weten over topologie in 3D modellen. Is software onafhankelijk, deze theoriën kunnen bij elk softwarepakket toegepast worden. Een aanrader!

  12. Amazon Kunde

    Voor iedereen die meer wil weten over topologie in 3D modellen. Is software onafhankelijk, deze theoriën kunnen bij elk softwarepakket toegepast worden. Een aanrader!

  13. JOSE M.

    Hello, my name is Miguel and I am a big fan of 3D modeling. I recommend this book, because it will help you solve many problems that you may have with the topology of 3d models. It has personally helped me understand and rectify many of my failures when modeling. Thank you very much William.

  14. JOSE M.

    Hello, my name is Miguel and I am a big fan of 3D modeling. I recommend this book, because it will help you solve many problems that you may have with the topology of 3d models. It has personally helped me understand and rectify many of my failures when modeling. Thank you very much William.

  15. Amazon Customer

    Really useful book. Learnt some great ways to resolve topology issues.

  16. Amazon Customer

    Really useful book. Learnt some great ways to resolve topology issues.

  17. Amazon Customer

    Great information inside:)

  18. Amazon Customer

    Great information inside:)

  19. Stuart Brown

    Really terrific book. Explains many and various ways to solve problems in a mesh. Easy read. Many pictorial examples shown in a consistent way to be more helpful. Packed with info.If you are into creating 3D items will help your workflow, problem solving ability and add to your knowledge.

  20. Stuart Brown

    Really terrific book. Explains many and various ways to solve problems in a mesh. Easy read. Many pictorial examples shown in a consistent way to be more helpful. Packed with info.If you are into creating 3D items will help your workflow, problem solving ability and add to your knowledge.

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