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Create Models From Images. Pictomod3D.

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Pictomod3D Version 1.0 is now available for download. This easy to use application allows you to create 3D models from images. Click here to visit the Pictomod3D site and download the free demo. (Click here to visit the Pictomod3D alternative download site.) Quickly create textured models from scratch, increase the number of 3D models you can fabricate. Integrates easily into your mesh sculpting process. Pictomod3D is perfect for rapid prototyping or finished 3D models. With this tool you can create a library of new objects or build new last minute requirements fast. Much simpler and more efficient than starting a fresh model from nothing. Use the ready to go meshes and textures directly or as great prototypes to kickstart the creative process. Fast, affordable and simple to learn, the free demo download comes with a quick-start tutorial to get you up and running in minutes. Setting up a project takes minimal effort, little more than selecting the background mask, painting in a little extra where needed, and then your 3D model is ready to output. Use either images of a rotated object or even a few images from arbitrary angles to create textured 3D meshes in Wavefront OBJ or DirectX X file format. Includes a utility to easily extracted images from AVI and MPEG movies. You are not limited to outputing low polygon models either. Here is the raptor again, this time with 50 000 polygons. Create high or low polygon models, up to 128 000 polygons per model. And here's a cow, no texture, 20 000 polygons. It was created from a small toy out of one of those "farmyard animals" collections. So if you needed a farm setup fast you could have a whole zoo in no time. For more information visit styxar.com Click here to visit the Pictomod3D site and download the free demo. (Click here to visit the Pictomod3D alternative download site.)

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