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    • #8062
      Anonymous
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      Recently the requirement for the course i teach changed. We now need to include 3D modelling and level design.

      I would like recommendations for both Shareware and licensed products please.

    • #46921
      Anonymous
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      Blender 3d is an open source 3d model app that competes with the big boys, or go with a trial of 3d max if you want something fully featured.

      http://www.blender.org/download/get-256-beta/
      http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/download/item?siteID=123112&id=16324410

      For level editor it has to be unreal ed … the unreal engines editor.
      Free for non-commercial use or so I believe.
      http://www.udk.com/download

    • #46922
      Anonymous
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      thanks Barry.. ill look into those options. :)

    • #46923
      Anonymous
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      just added links for convenience.
      Blender 2.56 just has a lot of improvements over 2.49 even though it says beta.

    • #46924
      Anonymous
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      that really helpful thank you

    • #46925
      Anonymous
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      looks like we will have to update/replace alot of PCs too….

    • #46926
      Anonymous
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      Just to give a +1 for blender, used it for my final year project and the online community for it is amazing.

      Would highly recommend it

    • #46927
      Anonymous
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      Blender would be a great option indeed.

      Probably stating the obvious one here but Autodesk dish out free educational licences for 3d Studio Max and Maya if you’re after a more feature rich solution, all you have to do is register on their site.

    • #47111
      Anonymous
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      thanks for sharing it with us,we appreciate it very much ,you are so kindly,we will go on look your post ,welcome more new information from you ,thanks again.

    • #47112
      Anonymous
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      Another shout-out for Blender. Pre 2.5, I wouldn’t have recommended it to anyone, mainly due to the non-standard interface (big headache). But the program took a huge leap forward with the release of 2.5.

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