Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by RunningValkyrie, Nov 24, 2018.
Listening to the Ear Hustle podcast.
Thinking that I have a bag of sweets in a drawer but also remembering that I promised myself to cut down on sweets.
Dishing up some potato soup.
Installing some 3ds Max plugins and scripts
At the pool, spectating the kids swimming lessons.
What I'm doing at this moment: writing "In Febuary?".
I'm troubleshooting which plugin that I'd installed a little while back is the one that's causing Max to load...so...slowly.
I would hope so, at least at this time of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.
I did once have a diving meet in early March up here at an outdoor pool. Thaaaat suuucked, but I did win 3rd-place on the 5-meter platform after never having jumped off of one before.
We don’t have many outdoor pools in my neck of the woods, sunshine is a rare commodity.
I once jumped off a five metre board. Belly flopped. Pain, but nothing broke.
Owwwww. I've only flopped off of a 3-meter board and that was painful enough!
I've just finished a pokemon go route.
I once jumped down a 3-meter-board. With legs spread too wide apart. I don't want to say how it felt, this is not TNZ.
My cat is lying on my stomach, purring away.
Just had Sunday dinner. Now washing it down with a double chocolate stout and watching the wrong trousers with ma boyz.
Plugins can be tricky things. What plugins are you running on 3DS Max? I'm quite partial to Multiscatter when doing outdoor scenes.
As for myself, I'm curled up on a sofa and reading a book, trying not to think about work tomorrow...
Drinking bourbon and watching honey i shrunk the kids.
I tend not to be too decerning when it comes to installing plugins, scripts, and MCG extensions; if I think it could have the slightest bit of a chance of helping me sometime in the future, I throw it in one of Max's folders (appropriately placed, of course).
The one that was giving Max fits was VU_FFS, an MCG extension. It's a tiling plugin for creating floor, roof, wall patterns. It could be used to create the hexagons for the walk up to V'ger, for example.
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