the trouble is my computer is an old laptop and Incendia alone eats too much power, but I was able to make and export some stl/obj, just can't render them because it wants 18+ hrs! maybe I will work on a more simple shape
Well here is my 2nd go at it, and I am having a good time learning these new processes and applications. Thank you again Nic022 for you time and resources, I appreciate it very much. Please let me know what you think, look no black background! lol
Well I have run through the process and here is the link to my 1st attempt= [link] Please let me know how I did and what I can do to improve. I appreciate any advice and thanks for your time and great tutorials.
What do you recommend as a render program? and sorry of this sounds silly, can you just render in Incendia? I have all the programs you listed, and I am going through the steps slowly. Thanks for the great resources.
You need for this tutorial, 4Gb ram minimum (better with 8-16Gb ram), a good processor (i5-i7-AMD+), a good video card (500Mb min), and if possible a 64Bits OS.
The 3D mesh generated by Incendia can be very big (500Mb to 1Gb) so you need a Render Engine who can handle very big 3D Object. I highly recommended to start with very simple shapes (fractals objects) at the begining.
You need also to try many times before to obtaint a good result, it doesnt work correctly at the first time, if you obtaint ugly mesh at the beginning it's normal, dont give up try again.