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  • thaosq
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    It'll ask you if you want to resisze the picture

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  • Zack99
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    Oh, nice tools for shares.

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  • Mistery
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    DeleD, an easy to use 3D modelling software, has gone open source, which means that the new Community Edition (CE) is free, and contains the features of the earlier PRO version.

    It comes with a few prefabs (vehicles, furniture etc.). You can also download some plugins.

    http://www.delgine.com/index.php?filename=product_deled

    The latest version 2.42 can be downloaded from here:
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/deled/files/

    Plugins:
    http://www.delgine.com/plugins/viewPluginCategories.php

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  • Mistery
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    Sculptris is a work-in-progress 3D sculpting tool.
    Currently there is a first non-stable alpha version out without support for textures.
    The created objects can be exported as .obj file.

    http://www.drpetter.se/project_sculpt.html

    I look forward to the further development of this interesting tool!

    I did 2 quick sample animations (head done in Sculptris in 10 minutes, so not really well done; then added color in Art of Illusion; and finally did the animation in CrazyTalk) - all done in 20 minutes!

    http://www.mysterys-games.ch/arthur2.html
    http://www.mysterys-games.ch/arthur_hair.html (added hair on another quickly made head in DAZ Studio)

    As I said, these were done in a rush, with a bit more time and a better sound file, amazing things are possible to do.

    UPDATE:
    Made a better head, and added hair in Art of Illusion (using the hairy script). Sorry, the quality has become much worse due to the conversion from wmv to flv on uploading it to Photobucket.

    http://s134.photobucket.com/albums/q...nt=call_me.flv

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  • Mistery
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    Here is on online drawing tool with a lot of options & features
    http://www.pixlr.com/editor/

    (added also to first post)

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  • Mistery
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    Caligari TrueSpace 7.6 is now free! (you need to register to get your copy)
    trueSpace7.6 is a fully-featured 3D authoring package that will let you model, texture, light, animate and render 3D content. As well as traditional images and movies, you can also make 3D content for online shared spaces, and for Virtual Earth.
    http:
    //www.caligari.com/Products/tru...sp?Cate=BIntro

    (Also updated the first post)

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  • Vitpat
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    ok thanks I'll try it!

    OK! It works you gotta save it as a JPG file or adventure maker won't accept it. I made a 3d house and I was able to put it in adventure maker easily! For those of you who don't know how to drag the icon onto another program just export it as 2d, save it as JPG, come back drag the icon to the adventure maker button in your toolbar (NOTE: Make sure adventure maker is up and your project window is up.) It'll ask you if you want to resisze the picture. Choose whichever and it'll be up, you can go on from there.
    Last edited by ShiningStar; 03-09-2009, 03:37:32. Reason: merged post

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  • Mistery
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    To get a .jpg image file, just use
    File - > Export -> 2D Graphic
    and save the image to your pc.

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  • Vitpat
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    Don't worry about it's size... it works great!
    any games you've seen in 3d doesn't come close to this!

    I'm still trying to render it like Mistery said though.

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  • Hitman
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    Really wanted to try this Google SketchUp but ... more than 35MB? No way!

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  • Yorick
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    I got pivot a looooong time ago and made a ton of animations!

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  • Mistery
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    Updated the lead post with new free software

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  • BeanMan3
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    Originally posted by Mistery
    Since I have XP, I never bothered about this question, but now I read the system requirements and it says that you need
    Microsoft Windows 2000, XP Home, or XP Professional

    So it seems to me that Windows ME is not working.

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  • bread
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    Originally posted by Mistery
    You can save it as google specific file, however you can save it also as JPG (or BMP, I don't remember)
    really? cool

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  • Mistery
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    Since I have XP, I never bothered about this question, but now I read the system requirements and it says that you need
    Microsoft Windows 2000, XP Home, or XP Professional

    So it seems to me that Windows ME is not working.

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