• June 28, 2016
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: Purple_D
  • License: CC-0
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Victorian style window without materials and textures.


  • mramshaw profile picture

    Looks like some nice work, rejecting due to your UI layout.

    You can create custom layouts and save them, allowing you to set 'Default' for this.

    I can probably figure out how to open this so I can evaluate it, but I'm feeling lazy.

    [Update] Yes, if you click the '+' by 'default' you can create a custom layout. I called mine 'Quad' and then laid it out like yours. Plus I can import your blend by loading Blender and then opening your file with 'Load UI' unchecked.

    I was impressed that having created a quad-layout I could then hit '.' in each view and everything pretty much lined up on the grid.

    I know Master Zeon as well as other modellers think it's a good idea to use a layout with no toolbars, etc. (and it probably is) as it really capitalizes on Blender's excellent shortcuts, but this is a workflow choice that may well cause problems for a lot of people.

    It looks like you are using a multi-monitor layout as well, which I think might be a problem for most people, especially the laptop brigade!

    There are materials (named!) but mostly placeholder.

    If I was going to use this I would probably merge most of the meshes, then group it and label the group 'Window - Victorian' or something like that. That way I could easily import the window into whatever building I was working on.

    Written June 28, 2016
  • Purple_D profile picture

    Thanks a lot for your feedback. I was feeling lazy as well while modelling and uploading this ,-) I'll start from from scratch and try to fix those problems.

    Happy blending!

    Written July 01, 2016