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3 Dimensional Chat / Anyone use 3D Canvas?

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3DMantis
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Posted: 18th Jan 2003 13:32
Hi,

Does anyone use 3D Canvas Pro (www.amabilis.com) for DB modelling? I know it was quite popular a while back and development is still going very strong for it. I need a 3D package that does modelling, animation and photo realistic rendering and 3D Canvas Pro seems to have it all. Does anyone have experiences with it that they'd like to share?

Regards,
3DMantis
Hilmi2k
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Posted: 18th Jan 2003 14:30
I have used it and it is a very powerful package, especial considering the price.

It just didnt work well with my way of thinking. I have to admit though that it has a very very impressive feature sets. I think it would be even better had there been a printed manual, instead of having to print it yourself.
Blazer
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Posted: 18th Jan 2003 18:27
I still used 3d canvis, it pretty good. The only problems I have with it is whenever I want to streatch a face of an object for an animation I get an ilegal operation message. Other that that I lke it (one time I modled this combat dummy in 3d canvis and I went to animate him and accedently pulled a face and it exited and I forgot to save )
Silveraxe
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Posted: 19th Jan 2003 01:24
Does anyone know of some tutorials or better help than which is included?

Disco Stu
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Posted: 19th Jan 2003 02:09
Um try: http://www.theothersideworks.com
As I remember they had some good tutorials for 3D Canvas that were aimed at making game models.
Sina.

"Maybe if you ain't so good, I ain't so bad."--Tony Manero to Stephanie (Karen Lynn Gorney)
Hilmi2k
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Posted: 19th Jan 2003 09:15
The pro version, which doesnt cost all that much, comes with tutorials. I have now purchased Caligari truespace 6, you can buy my 3d canvas pro license at a discount if you want
3DMantis
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Posted: 19th Jan 2003 10:56
K thanks guys, sounds good. (only problem with old licences is you may not get discounts

ciao

3DMantis
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Posted: 19th Jan 2003 10:58
err make that discounts upgrades. oops

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