||posted on 6.26.2003 at 12:30|
free version of light wave works great too ... no water marks or anything like that. Student version. It's what I use for my 3D stuff. Just don't try to upgrade it or you'll have to uninstall and reinstall ... umm can IM me for a link if you want it.
||posted on 4.6.2003 at 01:09|
Can it do basically the same things as 3dsmax?
And, is it well documented on the net? (as in lots of tuts, etc.).
||posted on 3.26.2003 at 11:58|
yeah....but I think I will stick to 3dsmax
||posted on 3.26.2003 at 11:19|
Cool. I may download it later. Thanks for the info sher :)
||posted on 3.26.2003 at 03:55|
There was a topic asking about what was 3d studio max and how much it costs, etc.
This made me remember about a free version of the powerful professional 3d package Maya (by alias wavefront)...
It's only for learning purposes, not commercial but nevertheless, users can get a feel of the 2000-7000 dollar program for free...
the catch is : "The Maya Personal Learning Edition restricts users to non-commercial applications through the display of a watermark on images as well as through the use of a special non-commercial file format."
so ur work wil have a maya watermark...but you still get to try it without spending couple grand on it.. ;)
download here : http://www.aliaswavefront.com/en/products/maya/ple/downloadnow.shtml
it's a big file (133mb) but worth the download...great app :)
[Edited on 3.26.2003 by anders]