My jaw would explode:evilgrin:
Thanks for great addon, made these parts using vdb remesh
Creating them topologically takes a very long time. with ramesh it took several minutes
Recorded a video with the process of creating a Monocular Telescope
@R_dva: Cool video. It’s interesting to see your workflow and how you’re using the addon. Thanks for sharing.
Hi ambi, i get this failure when i execute the addon.
I extracted the lib files for windows 2.79 python 3.6 version in a folder named pyopenvdb. Then i moved this folder into the scripts/modules folder of a python 3.6 blender build. Then i installed the remesh.py and activated it. So far so good but when i execute the addon it gives the faiilure above.
I tried the python 3.5 version also on a python 3.5 blender build. Same failure happens.
Made no folder in modules… works as it should.
@tungee: Does your modules folder look like this? As long as you have the right Python version and Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 runtime installed, it should work.
Yes Ambi exactly like this. How do you called the Folder with the dll’s?
Other tools and frameworks -> Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2017 (x64)
edit: If you’re still having problems later, send me your exact full operating system version (which Windows, how many bits, which service pack, etc) and Blender version and I will try to test and see what happens.
Thank you Ambi,
but something is wrong with my comp. I cant install the redistributable on my Machine. It gives an error. Ithink i will reinstall Windows 8.1 again on it.
Very much increase the speed of work. Do not need jump into the Zbrush or 3dcoathttps://media.giphy.com/media/ujSLHwPVp93Dj2VpCW/giphy.gif
One thing I found but dont know if intentional or bug: it seems I cant sculpt the mesh “reconstructed” with openVDB, in sculpt mode brushes dont have any sort of effect on shape/topology. Tips?
I’m really sorry,
your addon works just fine, oddity above was caused by me because “clip end” was set to “inf”. I discovered that sculpting doesn’t work if “clip end” is set to inf.
Customized OpenVDB to include Gaussian smoothing. Should about thousand times faster to smooth and no more size limitations. Once I get the kinks worked out it’s in the next release. This .gif isn’t sped up or changed in any way.
Any chance for MacOs support? ((
Unfortunately I do not have a Mac so I can’t really build the binary for it.
New beta with the new much improved smoothing is up. “vdb_remesh-win-python35-beta-2018-04-23”. Only Windows and Python 3.5 at the moment. If everything works out I’ll build the rest.