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3 Dimensional Chat / question to big programming guys

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yosepp
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 18:04
hi
what program do you big and great programming guys use to make 3d models and where to get it?
thanks
MrTAToad
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 18:24
Well, I use Cinema 4D 7XL (the student version as my Mums at University). Its around £120 - fully working (restricted license though)

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yosepp
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 18:26
thanks i'll try

ChronicFear
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 19:42
Im not a great model maker, but, I know a few great progs for making 3d models. I use Rhino, which, has its up and downs. Others, like, MrTAToad prefer Cinema. There is also TrueSpace, which, is expensive as well, and, 3d Studio Max. These are all great programs, which one you choose depends on what type of models your making, and what you want from them

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actarus
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 20:15
I use Milkshape!

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MrTAToad
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 20:37
DBPro has problems with Cinema's exported data - both .X and .3DS - hopefully the next patch will fix it.

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yosepp
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 20:56
thanks

Shadow Robert
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 22:31
the big programming guys don't... thier 3D Lackies end up doing it

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actarus
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 00:23
lmao...yep

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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 04:25
Im ok and I use milkshape (www.milkshape3d.com)

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ChronicFear
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 07:29
Jeez, I wish I could get a 3d lackie to make things for me....... :-(

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actarus
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 14:03
Lackie=Job=Money=Good Motivation

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The Wendigo
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Posted: 22nd Dec 2002 23:59
lol, raven. I should have other people do my modeling, but I use True Space! I love it!!!!!!!!

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