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Newest Paul Budzik videos 03 May 2017 19:32 #109

And to think i'm upgrading when I get a better camera on my cell phone. :rotf
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 04 May 2017 09:14 #110

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And to think i'm upgrading when I get a better camera on my cell phone. :rotf



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Newest Paul Budzik videos 02 Jun 2017 19:49 #111

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And to think i'm upgrading when I get a better camera on my cell phone. :rotf

You mean it's not? :ohmy: Dang! so much confusion inside my widdle brain :S
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 06 Jul 2017 00:36 #112

Newest ones are out now. Looks so cool.





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Newest Paul Budzik videos 06 Jul 2017 06:46 #113

I don't agree with him what he says about 3d printing of model parts. It's just another medium the artist uses.
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 06 Jul 2017 09:42 #114

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I don't agree with him what he says about 3d printing of model parts. It's just another medium the artist uses.

I agree with your disagreement.

He's way off base with that and frankly I'm surprised since he owns every tool in the known universe. Ironic.

I'm pretty adept at wrangling something into shape, but trust me, I can sculpt Oddball in a fraction of the time I could sculpt a symmetrical shape like his goggles. And in a thousand years I could never sculpt even close to a perfect sphere, but my cheapo home made 3D printer can do it all day long.

You can take his logic down the rabbit hole: 'Oh nice model, did you use your shop full of the best tools available? Because I used a hand saw and sandpaper.' 'Oh nice, you used a hand saw? I used a rusted utility knife and a rasp." 'Great work, I found a tree branch shaped like a Neptune and rubbed it on rock until it was done."

I really like his work and appreciate what he does, but I never understand when someone disparages another approach, especially while calling it art. It's all art.

Personally I suck at 3D design and will never put the time into learning it, I am a hands on type, but as you say MP, it's just a tool. I'm astounded by what a 3D designer can do, just like I am by a scratch builder.

You can carefully plant a garden and use everything in it to make oil paints to paint that garden and hang it on a wall for people to admire for hundreds of years or you can sit at a computer terminal and make a billion people think a X wing is attacking a Star Destroyer, either way, it takes talent and it's art.
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 06 Jul 2017 14:17 #115

While I have not had a chance to watch the video yet, if he is dissing in any way 3D printing or the process that it takes to do it he is a fool. From experience it takes another creative skill set to work 3d on a computer and to get it right can be more challenging and difficult than just carving it straight out. I have done some 3d computer design and it is another tool that actually works quite well in the hands of someone that knows what they are doing. While for me the 3d printing is intriguing, the affordable printers are still too crude for my taste, there are some really high res printers that can do super fine detail, BUT they are EX-SPEN-SIVE!!

As Jeff pointed out it is another tool. I am all for having nice tools and using them. some folks can have the best tools avilable but if they don't know how to use them it won't matter.

After watching the videos, I must agree with Bob and Jeff. It can take a more involved skill set to use the computer for various patterns and to be able to create a 3D model in a computer medium. I use my computer all the time to create patterns for various things on my builds.

Here is an example of a part designed on the computer and then the pattern printed out to make the plastic piece.



I first did this on my Ju88 build with a couple of bulkheads at the rear of the engine nacelles. I had 3 photos in a book of that bulkhead and the space it had to fit on the kit. By joining and manipulating the photos to the actual space it had to fit I was able to make a quite detailed pattern and then parts. It would have been quite difficult without using the computer.

I was doing something quite similar to make the instrument panels for the DeAgostini Millennium Falcon cockpit. Again, it was taking a photo, adjusting it to the size and shape that it was needed and then creating the drawings and patterns to do what was going to be needed. 3D work on the computer is very much the same thing and if done right can be very accurate. With practice it can also be done fairly quickly. (Boy am I out of practice on that! :S )
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 25 Feb 2018 08:12 #116

An update.



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Newest Paul Budzik videos 25 Feb 2018 08:30 #117

So all his links are now dead. :bangs head
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Newest Paul Budzik videos 25 Feb 2018 09:16 #118

I wondered what happened. I tried to find an airbrush video for a buddy a couple of weeks ago and it had vanished.

I see he's put up new ones, but they are different. Most notably, the Iwata I bought based on his recommendation (which I love), he now hammers as too much overspray. :idonno

In one shot, he's got what amounts to a few grand worth of Iwatas, plus his nozzle pressure gauges, etc. Not to mention the wealth of tools on his bench he's standing in front of. Must be nice.
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