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Milshape3D isn''t free but very cheap (about $20 I think) so you could give it a try (there''s a free downloadable demo).

I don''t remember the correct URL but a quick search on google should be enough.

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Although I prefer Blender, I had to mention 3D Canvas.

Canvas now comes in three verison, but the free one still has many useful modeling tools. I prefer blender because I like its animation toolset.

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I actully really like milkshape 3d. its easy to learn and its fast. no bs. so. why not give it a try. on top of that. its tiny, not even a meg.

>I am not text, I am not organized pixels, I am not killed by turning off your monitor, I am not isolated by turning off your computer. I just am.


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Rhino 3d is cheap (compared to many full model/render/animation packages). But its an excellent modeler and a great way to get started. It''ll set you back about $800 though if I remember correctly.

Of course, the easiest way is to actually take a class and get the full student discount. I know through IU, I''ll be getting Cinema 4d for about $175 next semester.

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Yeah milkshape 3D is good specially if your learning here is a download site (its only a trial version)

http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0-10045-100-7841638.html

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Original post by yspotua
Although I prefer <a href="http://www.blender3d.com">Blender</a>, I had to mention <a href="http://www.amabilis.com/">3D Canvas</a>.

Canvas now comes in three verison, but the free one still has many useful modeling tools. I prefer blender because I like its animation toolset.


I tried Canvas myself. Hated it. More than what it''s worth, I think. Blender is much better.

--Some Guy

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