3D modling software

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3D modling software

by GJH105775 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 22:37

As the title suggest. What software is best for 3D molding in minetest. I have used a few most too advanced to use with minetest as it takes too long. Google sketchup seems to be a good contender as it is the most balanced between User friendly and powerful.
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by LorenzoVulcan » Mon Oct 28, 2013 22:38

Just use blender,it's one of the best programs for modeling and it could be useful as knowledge for other informatic projects.
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by Evergreen » Mon Oct 28, 2013 22:39

GJH105775 wrote:As the title suggest. What software is best for 3D molding in minetest. I have used a few most too advanced to use with minetest as it takes too long. Google sketchup seems to be a good contender as it is the most balanced between User friendly and powerful.
Blender. Just blender, you can't get a better 3d modeling program then that.
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by twoelk » Mon Oct 28, 2013 23:36

except for the high learning curve for beginners.
 

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by Evergreen » Tue Oct 29, 2013 00:15

twoelk wrote:except for the high learning curve for beginners.
That's the one problem. However, I wasn't aware that google sketchup had animating capabilities. (does it?)
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by GJH105775 » Wed Oct 30, 2013 11:46

Yes. You can do animations on Google Sketch up. I use it for proto-typing, you can have sliding, rotating, and joints though.
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Check out my mod xtrablocks, has some different types of marble that you can build with or mine at different depths

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