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From: Thomas Fester
Subject: youtube tutorial
Date: 10 Nov 2023 17:25:00
Message: <web.654eacbe4eb60fdc80463c118a2a825f@news.povray.org>
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


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From: Bald Eagle
Subject: Re: youtube tutorial
Date: 11 Nov 2023 19:30:00
Message: <web.65501bd5a8eda6601f9dae3025979125@news.povray.org>
"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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From: Thomas Fester
Subject: Re: youtube tutorial
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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