Another great job, Oscar! And yes, it's nasty out. You should come visit my shop - coffee's fresh at 9 every morning and the shop is climate controlled. :grin:
Sorry for the bombardment of threads. It is cloudy, rainy and chilly. My garage is my shop and not a fun place to be right now.
Threw in a render of the model for fun.
I use an AeroPress to make a cup for Sandy while she's getting ready for work, a different dark roast every morning about 5:45 (we keep about 8 different dark roast blends). But I perc a pot for me about 9 every morning after I've been in the shop a few hours and then sip on it all day long (I have a pretty decent carafe that keeps it hot). Works for me! :grin:9am for coffee is a bit late in the day
Climate controlled, what’s that ?Another great job, Oscar! And yes, it's nasty out. You should come visit my shop - coffee's fresh at 9 every morning and the shop is climate controlled. :grin:
In my case, with a mini-split system. In your case, by good ol' Mother Nature! :grin:Climate controlled, what’s that ?
Yes the A/C was working well today. Too well actuallyIn my case, with a mini-split system. In your case, by good ol' Mother Nature! :grin:
You & Rick might consider a small group buy for the insulation.Ronnie, no insulation in my garage....
I downloaded it after I saw it mentioned here a few days ago. I've only messed with it for a little while. It looks like it has a bit of a learning curve, but surely it beats $2000 for Aspire when all I want to do is model a few 3D models. When I get to spend some time with it, I'll post what the experience was like.I will have to check out blender. Are there instructions for learning it?
Thanks, Phil. I'll take a look.If you can tolerate a talking head video with a perky boy-band refugee, this guy, blender guru on youtube, is actually pretty good. Here's part 1 of his intro series He has one where he models an anvil that I liked a little better as it moves a bit faster.
First, click on the play arrow in the forum post thumbnail. Then, In the lower right corner of the resulting video window, You'll see "YouTube" in white letters. Click on that and it will take you to the video on Youtube. Then you can bookmark it, or copy the url address and email it to yourself.thank you,
I don't mind the talking head as long as I can understand what he is saying, which I can. I won't be able to watch it at work so how do I find him on you tube?