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Lo-Poly Modelling Program

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Hello everyone, I''m getting a bit tired of having to hard code huge numbers of coordinates into my OpenGL programs and am therefore looking for a 3D modelling program. I already have Max and Lightwave at home but need a program for use at school that the lab techies won''t have a problem with me installing on the system that I am using, so it needs to be rather small, as well it will only be for low poly untextured work so nothing fancy is necessary. Have any of you heard of one that fits these requirements. Thanks for any help, Reaptide

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Milkshape 3d, very cool (and small) utility for making low-poly models, and it exports several formats..

http://www.swissquake.ch/chumbalum-soft/

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Thank you very much.

I''ve use this program before, but was not very pleased with it. I did a search and came up with Anim8tor, I''ve spent a few minutes messing around in it and find it to be quite good.

http://www.anim8or.com/

Thanks for your help, I really appritiate it.

Reaptide

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Here is a fairly nice freeware modeler:

http://www.anim8or.com/welcome.htm

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