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digitalphaser  
#41 Posted : Friday, April 27, 2018 7:28:21 AM(UTC)
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@NeuTechFLA Looks great!
I'm excited to see how you'll make the transitions between the hard edges and the streamlined surface. Can't wait! :)
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#42 Posted : Friday, April 27, 2018 9:09:35 AM(UTC)
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This looks like a play game. How to setup a new rotating view midpoint while drawing a line? Do you know about all the special zoom, rotating, pan view-commands in shark? No other CAD-Program have this, and this make the visual work very much more effective. I guess a compare with shark is not possible. We say in germany Klickibunti. A button for rotating the view is senseless and you cant change the view while working with a tool. And you have to take a tool after each operation. Please don't tell me from such a arcade game.

We say in Germany:"Every sandpiper praises its swamp." ;) It is also possible that our goals are somewhat different.




Ha! I understand.

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#43 Posted : Friday, April 27, 2018 9:11:01 AM(UTC)
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But....Over the last ten years it seems every CAD developer was eating lunch at the same restaurant and at the same table. One of them said "Let's make everything on the GUI as boring and gray as possible." Another said "that's a fantastic idea!" Everything looks the same now...except Catia has kept the heavenly blue. Shark CAD is a bit unique and I am okay with it so far. Call me Mr. Sandpiper. :o)

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#44 Posted : Friday, April 27, 2018 4:55:30 PM(UTC)
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@NeuTechFLA Looks great!
I'm excited to see how you'll make the transitions between the hard edges and the streamlined surface. Can't wait! :)


I have started looking at that area. I know how I would create this in other software. I dimply need to learn how to make this in Shark. I will share images when I have it done.
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#45 Posted : Saturday, April 28, 2018 6:41:23 AM(UTC)
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@NeuTechFLA Looks great!
I'm excited to see how you'll make the transitions between the hard edges and the streamlined surface. Can't wait! :)


It's shaping up. Much more work to do...
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#46 Posted : Saturday, April 28, 2018 2:01:40 PM(UTC)
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But....Over the last ten years it seems every CAD developer was eating lunch at the same restaurant and at the same table. One of them said "Let's make everything on the GUI as boring and gray as possible." Another said "that's a fantastic idea!" Everything looks the same now...except Catia has kept the heavenly blue. Shark CAD is a bit unique and I am okay with it so far. Call me Mr. Sandpiper. :o)


Strange interpretation Mr. Sandpiper. :)))
A small example. I absolutely do not like zBrushes interface and navigation. But zBrush is a unique software that fully meets its tasks. Therefore, I do not care about its interface, zoom or anything else. I can not say the same about Shark. Unfortunately.
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#47 Posted : Saturday, April 28, 2018 2:06:26 PM(UTC)
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It's shaping up. Much more work to do...


I see half of body. Will you do mirroring?
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#48 Posted : Saturday, April 28, 2018 2:21:26 PM(UTC)
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It's shaping up. Much more work to do...


I see half of body. Will you do mirroring?


Yes, digitalphaser I will mirror the data. This is a standard Class A surfacing method. Once I have the front to a point that I like, I will mirror.

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Mr. Sandpiper. :o)

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#49 Posted : Saturday, April 28, 2018 2:45:41 PM(UTC)
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OK.I have never been able seamlessly to mirror similar surfaces. I'll wait for the final version.

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#50 Posted : Thursday, May 10, 2018 8:04:19 PM(UTC)
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Peterson's Auto Museum in LA is showing a 2000GT as part of a display of Japanese car culture that'll be exhibited until next year. Wish I could see it, I've seen two in my life, and not since the mid 80s. My father was an executive with the company that introduced Toyota into New Zealand in the late 1960s, and one of the first movies that I can remember seeing at the cinema was the Bond movie "You Only Live Twice", that featured a unique 2000GT convertible built by Toyota for the movie. A guy who has a movie car museum in the UK chopped/sacrificed (perspective) a production 2000GT to build a replica for display.
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#51 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2018 6:15:53 PM(UTC)
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My real job has been so very busy that I have not had an opportunity to massage my 2000GT. I hope to get back to it soon. I know it is lonely.
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