Frank Rivera old tutorials.

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Frank Rivera old tutorials.

Post by Cellulo » 31 Aug 2015, 13:23

Here a link with some old tutorials made by Frank Rivera :

http://web.archive.org/web/199802121529 ... z/OTZ2.htm

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Post by Steinie » 31 Aug 2015, 17:11

I liked this one...1988

"Caligari runs on a basic Amiga PC 500/1000/2000 with a minimum of 1MB of memory. 2-4 MB is strongly recommended.

Caligari software prerelease: $1995.00"

(if you wait 21 years this software will be FREE!) :o

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Re: Frank Rivera old tutorials.

Post by BNG » 01 Sep 2015, 09:16

The web archive is tops for preserving old sites. Kudos, bro! :bananacheers:

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Post by seppgirty » 02 Sep 2015, 22:46

The tuts are great. Are there any other issues for truespace?
truespace 3.2, 5.2, 6.6, ani-pack, flash plugin,........ you can check out my films athttp://www.chaosbrosfilms.com

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Re: Frank Rivera old tutorials.

Post by Cellulo » 03 Sep 2015, 08:40

BNG: yes webarchive is cool to find old stuff, i use it a lot but in first you need to find the good links that work in webarchive, most of the time the old pages exist but images are gone forever or pages are gone forever, the trick on webarchive is to try all years with the same page that you search because webarchive save the pages at different statement by years and by dates, it's long task to find pages and images that work. Other trick on webarchive when you find a old pages, it's to try to find "links" pages on the old homepage that you search, sometimes you can grab old links that are related to tutorials or other interesting things.

seppgirty: no other issues from frank rivera :( , i found these old tutorials when i reading the book "Inside trueSpace 4" and found the frank rivera 's website link, we are lucky because all pages from the 1998 tutorials have their images.

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