nicoper 16 nov 2013 à 8h38
Good for modelling noobs?
I this good for a modelling noob like me? I own 3D-coat and kind of wonder if this is easy to learn and use. If it is compatible with 3D-coat would also be nice.
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UGH 16 nov 2013 à 11h48 
If you can figure out 3D-Coat well enough, this should be relatively easy to learn. It has nowhere near the features that 3D-Coat has, but if you're looking for something a little more simple to do basic sculpting, it will fit your needs.

It can export to .obj, which can then be imported to 3D-Coat, but I'm not sure how well that works.

I haven't used 3D-Coat much, so I hopped into both to do something quick, export to .obj and import into 3D-Coat. Just going from "Choose Tool to Start" and trying to open it for Voxel Sculpting didn't work too well, but Importing To AUTOPO worked nicely.

Someone with more experience in 3D-Coat can probably figure out something better, I don't know if I did anything wrong, but it at least can be brought in how I did it well enough.

You can download a 30 day demo from the Curvy site if you want to see how it works for you: http://www.curvy3d.com/download.html
nicoper 17 nov 2013 à 2h08 
Thanks! I might try the demo when I have more time
7777 Tʜɛ Ӻ๑๛∂ß¡╬ξrร 26 déc 2013 à 18h02 
No program or tool is going to replace learning and skill.
Demonen 24 jan à 12h17 
No, Facebiters, but some programs are harder to learn than others.
Blender, for example, has an extremely steep learning curve.
That my friend is what we call an opinion.
That Is Irrelevant 26 jan à 9h11 
I'm not a modeling noob it's just been a while. I took a class for using Rhino 3D in my sophmore year at High School. back in 2008 or 9, I think...

My point in asking is how similar this is too Rhino?

I was thinking of getting rhino unitl I found out how expensive it is.
southpawami 9 fév à 7h11 
That is Irrelevant: Rhino? Rhino is a nurbs modeler with a reputation of being able to work on files that crash other modelers. The closest tool available in Rhino is the typical lathe tool... if you've used one, then imagine lathes modifying other lathes... using Rhino would probably make learning Shade3d easier(it's greenlit), but not Curvy3d. You can try the Curvy3d demo.
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