POV-Ray : Newsgroups : irtc.stills : Seeking assistance : Re: Seeking assistance Server Time
5 Dec 2021 21:29:17 EST (-0500)
  Re: Seeking assistance  
From: Reactor
Date: 26 Aug 2009 16:55:01
Message: <web.4a95a031525d6ba9d60db48b0@news.povray.org>
Warp <war### [at] tagpovrayorg> wrote:
> When the new IRTC site was announced, I made the solemn promise of
> submitting an image to its first round. Unfortunately due to laziness
> and lack of inspiraction, I might have to break that promise.
>   However, I got one idea which could be implementable. Problem is, the
> deadline is in less than a week, so there just isn't too much time to do
> anything.
>   The major problem is that my idea would need a (more or less detailed)
> model of a realistic fox, preferably in a certain posture, and I can't
> find any such free mesh model on the internet. It might be thinkable to
> make a CSG model for this, but there simply isn't time for that. Thus
> I would need some existing mesh model. However, I can't find any such
> mesh models, nor do I own any software which I could use to model&pose
> such a thing.
>   I was wondering if anybody here would know where I could find such a
> mesh model, or maybe someone has such a model, and maybe a program which
> could be used to pose it appropriately, and would donate it for my IRTC
> entry.
>   Of course this is a desperate request due to the short amount of time
> left, but it doesn't hurt to ask...
> --
>                                                           - Warp

I am fairly proficient in Wings, but I don't have much animal experience, and I
am still practicing texturing with UV mapping.  Also, Wings doesn't do posing
very well directly, and the project I was working on before (manipulating
meshes using a skeleton macro in pov) is very thoroughly stalled, largely
because my C skills are week, particularly when it comes to writing parsing
code...or understanding the parsing code of others.

Do you know exactly what pose?  Could you find examples of the pose?  I might be
able to give it a whirl.


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