vincent | a year ago | 20 comments | 9 likes | 873 views

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3D Font (sketchs+models+eps)




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Very techno, a masterpiece!

Filip, a year ago


Thank you Filip.

vincent, a year ago


Amazing - great idea, Vincent!

Ulli, a year ago


Thank you Ulli.

vincent, a year ago


Great 3D model font! Do you have a full ABC in this style? šŸ˜

Thanks to emoji, bitmap fonts are finally starting to take off šŸšŸ”© āš™ļøšŸ›«

You are already one step ahead with 3D model fonts!

michiel, a year ago


LšŸ˜ŠL Michiel, modestly I have only of what to write VINCENT (...for the moment)

vincent, a year ago


vincent, excellent your intelligence and a great teacher. Congratulations!!

Jesus, a year ago


Awesome vincent! :)

LostBoyz, a year ago


Great...It seems like the intro of a television program.

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Thank you very much Jesus, LB and Franco.

vincent, a year ago


Vincent dépose vite la marque pour ce moteur

PAT67, a year ago


Amazeballs!

IntroChamp, a year ago


Merci Patrick and thank you Joel.

vincent, a year ago


vincent are the name characters bitmap fonts or are they x files ?

Rorysee, a year ago

Rorysee, as indicated above in the short description name is built with models, sketches, and EPS.
You can't use bitmap fonts because there are only 2D and the name is 3D here.

vincent, a year ago


OK Thanks . the eps files i am struggling with. can we import normal eps files or path files into bluff.
i cant . so i am am wondering is there any specific workflow for creating eps files for import into bluff?

Rorysee, a year ago

Ah man this is brilliant. Great chrome metal look works nicely with your them, well done.

lightads, a year ago


Thank you lightads.

vincent, a year ago


yes it is nicely done, looks awesome. vincent do you have any software that you use to create your 3D X Files for bluff?

Rorysee, a year ago

Rorysee, i use all kind of models, for simple i create them, for complex i use free or pay models (if not too expensive).
And very often i merge simple models with EPS, sketch and fonts in a container to create a more complex element.

vincent, a year ago


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