Image: Ferrari and Helmet made from PI Paths

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Image: Ferrari and Helmet made from PI Paths

Post by njdowding »

Well in the spirit of sharing these things for 2007 here are a couple of images.

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Post by Ron P. »

Those are amazing Nick. Those really show what is capable with PI..

Thanks..:)
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Post by sjj1805 »

I couldn't even draw something like that with a pen pencil and ruler.
Well done and thanks for sharing it.
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Post by njdowding »

Thanks guys. Steve thats the point I couldnt either. Its the beauty of PI. I wouldnt have had a clue how to do stuff like this until I did the free beginners Workshop http://pirc-bw.com/

They teach you for free how to really use PI so that even someone like me with no artistic ability can produce stuff like this. Any one serious about PI should do it.

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Post by VikingAnimations »

Some pretty cool stuff indeed, Nick! Image The guitar is excellent!

One of these days I'll have to do the BW and explore PI a bit more. I've been having fun with C3D PS myself lately. Rosie Hardman has some nice tutorials I need to do someday.