Where do I get a free 3d modelling tool for Linux.
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Blender is a rather good 3D Modeller/Animator and this is GPL since October.Quote:> Many free, open source, portable apps exist,
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Pauls list is not intended to be a list of available tools.Quote:>> Many free, open source, portable apps exist,
> Blender is a rather good 3D Modeller/Animator and this is GPL since October.
There are very much more free, open source, portable apps, e.g wing3d.
Wings3D is a powerfull and easy to use static 3D modeller, it can export
VRML (usable by java/java3D VRML loaders) and is ported to M$Windows,
Unix/Linux and MacOSX.
But is written in the Erlang programming language.
So it is not on Pauls list, cause Paul only count tools written in java.
AFAIK Blender is not written in java, so it will never become part of this
BTW: Do you know the exact place of "the other VRML/X3D exporters" for
blender beside http://kimballsoftware.com/blender ?
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I need a 3D modelling tool which will allow me to build polygon
models interactively with a mouse and then spit out a readable (ASCII
would be nice) file of polygons. I've been told that Wavefront is
a good choice. Can anyone recommend others? Especially free ones
that run on X11R5 platforms.
Thanks in advance, please email to me and I will post a summary.
PS Shouldn't this be a FAQ question?