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3 Dimensional Chat / help pls guys!

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jaMz
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Posted: 1st Feb 2003 13:01
ey guys, i'm new to DBpro here. i've got experience in coding and in graphics, but i'm having trouble with doing 3d.

i know i shouldn't dwel upon the modelling until the end proccess of the coding. but just in case, and so that i'll have some programs ready when i'm finished, what can u guys suggest i use? for 3d modelling?

i've been using 3dsmax before, but i only used it for still images for web designing. i've tried animating and modelling there, but i still don't quite get it.

i heard milkshape is good... anymore suggestions?

i've got a good game theory in my head, wrote it down already, hopefully i'm going to work on it after march. gonna start practicing DB first...

thanks for your time! pls reply

~jaMz
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jaMz
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Posted: 1st Feb 2003 13:06
oh.. and another thing..

tools for matrices anyone? www.matedit.com is down

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3dmoddeler
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Posted: 1st Feb 2003 14:44
eh is use blender as a 3dprogram and i like it!and besides it's totally free!
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Posted: 1st Feb 2003 20:27
Does blender have the user friendly interface like Milkshape does?

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Posted: 1st Feb 2003 21:04
milkshape- www.milkshape3d.com

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Kangaroo2
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Posted: 1st Feb 2003 22:03
Blender is pretty good, I got it on PCFormat a while back However nowadays since using Milkshape I have never looked back I even have a full version of Max 5 for rendering and FMV, but still model my game models in Milkshape

3dmoddeler
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Blender is userfriendly too i think
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Yeah, i tried milkshape. Eww i couldn't do anything. This is what I use to model for db, and it works.
Anim8or (basic modeling)
3ds Max 5 (finishing touches, animation)
Panda DirectX Export for 3DS MAX (to export animations to .x)
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