[vet-mm] Any recommendations 3D software
drewgle at westnet.com.au
Thu Nov 10 18:16:38 EST 2005
Chris, as Greg Neil said, most (all?) 3D software have some difficulty in
flat screen is a problem in itself. I teach a Yr 10 Multimedia subject that
has a 3D component, we are fortunate to have 3D max, and I think it goes
across quite well. Some love it, and have used it in other design subjects -
Wood Tech, Vis Comm - in yrs 11 and 12.
Scholastic had a deal of 10 user site license plus one teacher for approx.
$1300.00. This was in a recent Technology magazine - I can dig up a copy if
The more popular packages (3D Max, Maya, Lightwave, Cinema 3D etc.)are well
supported - internet tutorials, magazine articles, books and video files on
DVD. This makes learning them easier.
There is one - Hash Animator:Master - which is quite cheap (2-$300 US I
think), I haven't used but have some reviews on. Look for an animation
Killer Bean 2 by Jeff Lew, it was done in this program.
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