2.0 Tutorials

Discussion of exporting sculpties and models to Second Life

2.0 Tutorials

Postby Simon » Thu Jan 02, 2014 8:12 pm

Here are some Curvy 2.0 tutorials for Second Life, similar techniques should work in 3.0

Sculpted Car Seat for Second Life
Video of Sculpting a Sword Sculptie for Second Life in Curvy 3D
Making a Teapot Sculptie for InWorldZ
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Postby zenith » Thu Jan 02, 2014 9:08 pm

Thank you very much
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Postby Simon » Sat Jan 04, 2014 10:04 pm

Exporting to SL as a mesh seems like a balance of triangle count and the physics settings (convex hulls etc.).

I think you need a lot less triangles than Curvy normally creates - so make sure to adjust the Resolution slider down for Curvy primitives, and experiment with the mesh simplification commands for sculpted meshes.

Ideally you would retopo a mesh specifically for SL, but tools for that are not currently available in Curvy.
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Postby tron00100 » Sat Nov 18, 2017 4:49 pm

It would be nice when the program could do meshes in collada and not sculpts.
Many there want low prim and sculpts are not low prims.
ALso many want have meshes.
It would be nice when the program could do this ASAP.
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