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So, /3/..I'm sitting here right now with my Zbrush covered in white and not responding, because apparently at a SDiv level of 4, just trying to make a small polygroup is enough to outright kill the program.
Of course, the last time I saved the document was earlier today, so there's pretty much a 100% chance it's done for good.
Am I missing something here? If making a normal sized humanoid sculpt uses enough polys to apparently crash the whole program, how do people that are not me even do it? Do you just save ever minute and hope the program doesn't decide to shit itself, and laugh while your whole day just went to waste?
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Niggaz in da club ... know wuts up ...
I am trying to learn Solidworks on my own .... I have already familiarized myself with creating VERY SIMPLE shapeslike cubes, spheres, triangles, and simple objects like chairs and tables.
I want to go to the next level, but I don't know what to do in order to learn? I am teaching myself, by watching tutorials on youtube and stuff like that ....
But I was wondering, how does someone become very efficient? How long does it take on AVERAGE to become really good?
I love U you guys ....thanks
Maya 2013 can't open windows
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Maya basically crashes whenever I open a "non-Maya" window through Maya. It's not actually crashing but it freezes for 1-2 minutes while loading the window, and Task Manager has the "Not Responding" message when this is happening.
For clarification, when I say a non-Maya window I mean anything that uses the default Windows pop-up. Open, Save as, Import, export, etc.
All the Maya windows like the UV editor and Hypershade all work fine.