Kae Verens wrote:
> I've started my design (or visualisation, more like) with POV-Ray. It's tricky, but because POV-Ray involves such intense knowledge of the language, you really get in depth into the design - it lets you understand your own design even more.
>> I have been checking out other 3D modellers recently, and can honestly say that I find the KPovray modeller to be the best. Most others (Blender, for example), are aimed at a different market. KPovray is intuitive, and only confusing in one or two places (colours and textures, for example) - the modelling GUI, though, is great.
on a slightly related note, has anybody had any experience with linux based
apps which can handle autocad's dwg format, preferably the 2004 versions of
it. I'm not after anything which does serious manipulation of these, just
simple markup & print etc etc ? if so that'd be one less reason to boot
into windows as it's rare that I have to do any "real" work with them.
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