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    Just playing around with some 3D Stuff.

    What do y'all think?

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    - the wavy text is scary
    - would look nicer without the audio and a higher bitrate video
    - the glass effects are nice...
    - looks like either 3dsmax or perhaps bryce 5 to me

    Very good if it's your first anim.
    Cheers, zionlocke :chinese:
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    Well, I used to do a lot of 3D work as an architect. That was over 5 years ago, though, and primarily walkthroughs or fly-overs.

    I'm really not good at all with 3D stuff. This was made with a 3D application in my Studio, which will rename nameless for obvious licensing reasons

    I recently bought Swift 3D standalone modeler. It's pretty interesting. I've been enjoying playing around with it.

    So much fun being able to render to SWF files !!!

    Anyone else ever used Swift?

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    i like it, its pretty good...

    i am looking to get swift 3d soon
    JR

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    I've found that the Swift standalone modeler is missing a lot of the tools that some of the better 3D Modeling programs have. If you can afford 3D Studio Max, or if you don't mind using warez, I would suggest getting the swift plugin for that - you can do a lot more with it. Nevertheless, the standalone swift modeler is nice for the cost.

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    i do have 3d studio max, i just haven't had the chance to learn in yet! I will get that swift 3d plug in tool, thats what i meant about getting in the first place
    JR

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    Cool. I didn't want to spend the money for Max. Don't do enough 3D stuff.


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