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komies | 4 years ago | 9 comments | 13 likes | 1,758 views

kayserhans, michiel, snafu and 10 others like this!

Some simple homemade Church Bells

I normally don't do this, I like to give tips and point you in the right direction so you can figure it out and make it by yourself.

I put the images Bell and Clapper from which I made the EPS Church Bell within the textures folder.


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Sorry, I see your patience finally snapped, no matter how many times you quietly told me, lol. I'm sorry I drove you to this course of action, rofl.

But honestly, I really appreciate the help you have given me and I have learned a lot with your guidance, I just hope my ineptitude has also helped others following this saga of the "bells" to understand BT a little more just like myself.

Your a star...

Thanks again.

tayla, 4 years ago

Good Job Komies,

Dani, 4 years ago


Thank you to share with others.

snafu, 4 years ago

The power of revolved shapes!

vincent, 4 years ago


Thanks for sharing, and so each person learns the secrets of BT.

Jesus, 4 years ago


EXCELLENTE SALUDOS DESDE PERU

julio solano, 4 years ago

Thanks for sharing these bells will help me

PAT67, 3 years ago


Your welcome, PAT67

It's what Vincent said:

www.outerspace-software.com...

komies, 3 years ago


Thread-bump of the year :)

Many thanks komies, I've been using BT for years now but still struggle with a lot of the intricacies. For example, I've been tearing my hair out for a way to "chrome enhance" a black item and your most excellent little BT-project solved that and many other chrome-related issues as well. And EPS-related, and texture related, and... well, you get the idea.

This saved my day and I'm sure I will have what I learned here as part of my BT-arsenal more than once.

Happy Holidays
PiPPi
Stockholm, Sweden.

PiPPi, 5 months ago

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