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Object of the Fortnight #3 – Baseball (ball) – WINNERS


Object of the Fortnight #3 – Baseball (ball) – WINNERS  

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  1. 1. POLL IS CLOSED

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Congratulations @Woodsy - your 3rd win in a row :lol:.  Congratulations also to @MJW and @IRON67 :D.

Some mighty looking cricket base balls by everyone in this round.

Thankies to @toe_head2001 for hosting :beer:.

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Thank you Dipstick and AndrewDavid! I'm sorry but I didn't use a map. I started with Shape 3D on a blank canvas and added the texture and the threads next. Then I enclosed the threads on a different layer so I could use Bevel Object. I drew all the holes separately.

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amazing that you got the curvature correct without using a map..............

 

Anyway, even though my images were dis-allowed, I have no problem uploading my own map. Everyone is free to use it at will........

 

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The part I couldn't get was how to create the proper texture. I spent time on the laces and tried to get them to lineup correctly on a sphere in Shape3D. I came close once with the texture part - but I ruined it and couldn't recreate it. I just got lucky finding the right color. The textures you guys did was amazing. I don't think I followed the correct path to create the object after reading your comments. Thanks for the feedback.

 

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With the texture I used the "Random Shape Fill" plugin over and over and over then faded it to my liking. For the laces I used the "Line" tool and looked at a picture of a baseball for a comparison. But the important part is putting a radial gradient in transparency mode on the texture to make it look realistic.

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Congrats to all the winners!!  :trophy:  :trophy-silver:  :trophy-bronze:

Some very fine looking baseballs.

@Woodsy....you're on a roll!  

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