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Original post by Ready4Dis
you could do the same with many other programs, such as POV-Ray, rhinocerous 3d, etc.

Nah. If you use Rhino, everything comes out blurry.

*BA-DUM-CSSSHHH*

"Sneftel is correct, if rather vulgar." --Flarelocke

[edited by - sneftel on December 12, 2003 9:53:13 PM]

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Original post by Sneftel
quote:
Original post by Ready4Dis
you could do the same with many other programs, such as POV-Ray, rhinocerous 3d, etc.

Nah. If you use Rhino, everything comes out blurry.

*BA-DUM-CSSSHHH*

"Sneftel is correct, if rather vulgar." --Flarelocke

[edited by - sneftel on December 12, 2003 9:53:13 PM]


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subtle, but lame.. i give it a 7.0

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Original post by Coincoin
Discreet 3DStudioMax and Adobe PhotoShop


Or Blender and The Gimp for the budget-conscious.

Backgrounds/graphics like that are not so much hard as they are time-consuming and technically challenging, if you have the right tools. Doing it with MSPaint, of course, would be an exercise in masochistic brutality on a par with flogging yourself with rusty nail-studded boards. Don''t try it, you''ll only fracture your sanity.



Josh
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Check out Golem: Lands of Shadow, an isometrically rendered hack-and-slash inspired equally by Nethack and Diablo.

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