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I want free linux 3D modelling program. It's not for serious use. I just know that when I create simple 3D models I learn to see beauty in every thing ...
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    3D Modelling


    I want free linux 3D modelling program. It's not for serious use. I just know that when I create simple 3D models I learn to see beauty in every thing of the real world from flower to garbage pile. Blender 3D is cool but the interface is hostile... Moonlight 3D is not highly functional...

    Any suggestions?

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    you might want to look a povray, though the interface is a bit hostile iirc
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    You might want to look at Cycas. Intended for architectural work, works with povray for lighting effects and is free to download for non-commercial use. I think it is even included on Knoppix LiveCDs.
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    Also Blender...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gullible Jones
    If you read the origianal post you would have seen
    Blender 3D is cool but the interface is hostile
    -- muxec was asking for sugestion's for other programs.
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    Whoops, sorry.

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    Yeah, Blender's interface is most definately hostile. For what you are looking for you might find something here.

    http://www.linux.org/apps/all/Graphi...Modelling.html

    I have yet to find anything remotely as capable as 3ds max or Maya as found on windows... unfortunately
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