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Scultris...one of the best programs for making 3D models.It is very easy to use and on it you can made whatever you want(check the models on the internet with scultris they are amazing).I will give you download link and some of my pictures...and sorry for my bad English.
At 1/9/12 11:26 AM, southofheaven123 wrote: Scultris...one of the best programs for making 3D models.
Well that's an ambitious statement. I don't recall Sculptris having animation capabilities or rigging. Also, I suspect it outputs models at a hideously high polycount, making it unusable for game development (and animation that you want to have rendered in this millenia).
With that out of the way....3D sculpting is fun. Give it a shot.
Sculptris is a cool concept, but just executed really bad, imo.
I mean, when you open it for the first time, there's absolutely nothing even slightly helping you, or saying what does what. Also, there's no option for asymmetry.
Also the polycount get waay too high way too fast, so that I have to manually keep reducing it time after time again, or it crashes to my desktop.
Also not really usable for games or animation either.
For just 3D sculpting I find it too much of a hassle.
Try not being a bitch for once, huh?
Yes...it is not really usable for games or animation but it have option for assimetry...And in my opinion it is easy to use.
Sculptris, although fun and free, it tends to be buggy and unstable. It doesn't handle models from other programs well either.
Zbrush by Pixologic and Mudbox by Autodesk do a much better job at providing a 3D Sculpting program