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S3D#2:Realistic eyes(EASY)+Slit pupil+

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A really nice tutorial! wonderful introduction to how shape 3D works.

My two attempts:

eye.jpg

hazardeye.jpg

for the bottom one I tried to imitate the hazardous waste symbol.

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at the beginning of this tut someone mentioned how about a pool ball?

ive started with an 8 ball here...

anybody know how the "8" could be created :?

i tried but couldnt figure it out :(

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how far do you come down in the first step using the gradient ? and i have more of a blend [fade] in my gradient between the black & white that what yours looks like. i did set the alpha.....thanks

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I would say about 1/3, but you will have to test it out.

If I understand you correctly...

The start and end point of the gradient should be closer.

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hi im new i cant seem to find the gradient bar thing and panelling it took me like an hour still cant find it

You can't find that gradient thing? The icon looks like.. this.. :GradientTool:

EDIT: Screeny.

Btw, welcome to the forums! :D

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hi im new i cant seem to find the gradient bar thing and panelling it took me like an hour still cant find it

In the 1st post there are links to them.

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Download directly from MKT's site, not mediafire.

Link in the 1st post in shape3d thread.

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Is there a way to use the Shape3D's settings to make the image turn left or right little by little (once the eye is done) without distorting the quality of it, so that the eye can be animated to be turning to one side? Or do we have to create different sets of eyes at different angles THEN animate it? :?

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You have to run shape3d for the 1st angle, copy the image and paste to a new file.

Undo shape3d, run shape3d again with different angle setting, repeat step 1.

And keep repeating until you get all the frames you need.

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