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    Blender


    well i just started useing blender.. IT IS AWSOME!!! any other users useing blender?

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    Yes,I have used it for 2 years,though Blender has a long way to go.

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    in what way? they have just released 2.30

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    whats blender?

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    have you ever used any others such as Maya?

    Use one of them and you will see that blender is
    Teeny-Weeny In comparison. ALthough I do think it is
    THE best/advanced open source program in development.

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    i used blender i'm apsolutly and positivle usless at it, i find it quit hard to use so i got moonlight (i forgot the site but i think you can get it at sourcefourge)
    its real easy to use, free (maya costs in the thousands doesn't it?) and there are a good few tuts for it ^_^
    Thanks v much

    \"Anything bigger than my ego i want it caught and killed\"- Zaphod Beeblebrox

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    Win xp home, SuSE 8.2 and Slackware 9.1

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    AC3D

    You sould check out AC3D ( www.ac3d.org ). It's easy to use, and very variable in what you can make. It can export and import in about 10 different formats, so if ac3d can't do it, just open it with another program that can. Oh, yeah, it's free!

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    Free... Well, gratis maybe, but that is not what I call free.

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