2017 Update: As you will see, this post is pretty old now. The good news is that Daz3D.com still has Hexagon 2.5 in store, and it is now FREE. If you have a Daz3D account, you can sign in and pick it up here: Hexagon 2.5
Hexagon 2.5 is a great piece of software, though not without niggles that can make it frustrating for some users. Its biggest selling point will be the compatibility (via a bridge) with DAZ Studio. If you want to make clothing or props for DS and Poser figures, it’s well worth a look.
Let’s start with the basics…
What can I do with Hexagon 2.5?
Hexagon will allow you to make 3D models. It’s most often used to make models … Continue reading
Today’s post was inspired by an A to Z blogging challenge. I’m not taking the challenge but it did prompt me to have a go at a simple modelling project beginning with A.
And that, tradition has it, has to be an apple.
That suits me fine. An apple is a useful prop. It fits into just about any place and era, from a gleaming modern kitchen to a historic scene.
It also happened to be quite a straightforward project in Hexagon 2.5. Starting from a sphere primitive, I was able to scale and taper it into an apple … Continue reading