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19 May 2024 12:59:42 EDT (-0400)
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From: Thomas Fester
Date: 16 Nov 2023 17:50:00
Message: <web.65569c0ea8eda66080463c118a2a825f@news.povray.org>
Thanks for the positive feed-back! I am using version 3.7 right now and I have
to admit that I am no longer burning for Pov-Ray as hot as I have been burning
10 years ago... It was kind of an on/off-relationship...

Anyway I thought I try to somehow summarize things I found out in these years
and the videos already on youtube are just a start.

My main interest on Pov-Ray was to find out how to solve problems/get things
modeled by my own effort. And there were things I never solved. Maybe, when I
have done all my summarizing videos I should do one summarizing all the things I
was never able to decently model. I will certainly find out that there were
solutions just around the corner...

But I have to admit I often have difficulties following the code of other
people. (O.k. following my own code from many years ago can be challenging as
well.) But in Pov-Ray there are so many different approaches/solutions for a
given problems, which is sometimes really confusing.

So, have a nice day and watch out for more to come!

Thomas


"Bald Eagle" <cre### [at] netscapenet> wrote:
> "Thomas Fester" <tfe### [at] scivitde> wrote:
> > Hi every body,
> >
> > I am setting up a youtube playlist covering techniques for Pov-Ray (or similar
> > script-based modeling tools) for modeling structures from nature. Up to now I
> > made films on worm-like structures, snail shells, the golden angle and
> > erythrocytes. Here comes the address of the erythrocyte film
> > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJ6s94Gj7w4&t=19s
>
> Nice job, Thomas!
> It's good to know that there is a POV-Ray presence on YT.
>
> You've been modeling for 20 years and making YT videos for NINE?!
>
> Wow.
>
> Welcome to the forums, and I hope to see more of your interesting work.
> Many of us have experimented with the topics of your videos, and I'm sure you'll
> find a vast amount of inspirational work if you sift through the various parts
> of the website and look at the attached scene files.
>
> Please let us know if you need any help with any of your scenes.
>
> - Bill
>
> (Also: what version are you using?)


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