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    What are some good free 3D Modelers for both windows and linux

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    blender works on both win and lin: www.blender.org
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    Yeah I know about blender, but that's kinda of hard is there anything else

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    blender can be annoying at times; however, if you work through their short manual you will be rendering in no time...its extremely powerful and very fast
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    Yeah I'll work with Blender more, but know I need to know if there are any good terrain editors or can you make terrain in blender like fields and streets and objects and stuff like that

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    There's Povray, which I've never used. Also something for Gnome called TrueVision (http://truevision.sourceforge.net/), and I think the current version of KOffice has one.

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    This is good, but whats wrong with MP3 file format

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    blender works on both win and lin: www.blender.org
    blender is great, yes i agree, it is hard to start... but not impossible... download some of whitebeards video tutorials... they are excilent... they cover alot, and he is great at teaching...

    Yeah I'll work with Blender more, but know I need to know if there are any good terrain editors or can you make terrain in blender like fields and streets and objects and stuff like that
    thats what modeling is all about... you kinda have to make them (unless your good a pythan and make a script that automatically helps you)... it's not that hard... making a gutter is very simple compaired to other stuff...

    little tip from me, another person who is learning blender... start with the small stuff... like try and make a plastic cup, then a firepoker... any unanamous objects, and move yourself up... it really really helps... i tried with the big stuff, but you miss all the detail and stuff like that...

    if you want, i could post some of me stuff, i finished a 3D speaker the other week which i used for a physics project... :P
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    maybe that is why I am having such a hard time with blender, I am trying to make advanced things like cars and people, but I will try to make some simple stuff, I know some python

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