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Old 06-04-2005, 10:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey i have a mac running on OS X Tiger and i was wondering if any of you can refer to me any good software for 3d modeling and rendering thats -$100 or free
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As far as rendering goes, I would use Cinema 4d Release 9, but thats gonna cost you an arm and a leg, unless you can get it through an education department, and even then it would probably cost you around $300. For character animation, though, I'd say that Maya is the greatest 3d program for that. I would use Cinema 4d for building objects (e.g. buildings, appliances, etc.).
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As far as rendering goes, I would use Cinema 4d Release 9, but thats gonna cost you an arm and a leg, unless you can get it through an education department, and even then it would probably cost you around $300. For character animation, though, I'd say that Maya is the greatest 3d program for that. I would use Cinema 4d for building objects (e.g. buildings, appliances, etc.).
He said $100.00 O less! Besides; Cinema 4D and Maya Complete 6 are almost $2000.00 dollars!
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Well he's not gonna find much for under $100. In fact, I can't think of anything. Besides, did you not read the part where I said that he could obtain a copy of those programs through a university (if he were a student) for somewhere around $300?! That's a sweet deal for programs like that. But that all depends on if he is attending a college that CAN get him a deal like that. I know at the university I attend we can get those programs for that cheap.
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