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    Bob Page
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    Hi everyone,

    Can someone makes a 3d can model (like a mountain dew can). I can add the texture if you don’t have one. I need this because I know how to animate but not how to model 3d things.

    THANKS! :D

    #2957 Reply
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    Look on the web. There are tons of free models out there. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen a can model.

    Check http://www.3dlinks.com I believe there’s a link in the side bar for free models.

    EDIT: Btw, what software are you using? Blender?

    Cometgreen

    #2958 Reply
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    yes blender

    #2959 Reply
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    Thanks Comet, I found one :D but I don’t know for which software it is. I need it in Blender3d version
    http://www.accustudio.com/exchange/obje … da-can.zip

    Does someone know how to convert 3d models?

    #2973 Reply
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    mrgraff
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    Try this link for tons of different converters:

    http://www.3dlinks.com/software_converters.cfm

    BTW, dwg files (like your soda can example) are from AutoCAD.

    — mrgraff

    #2975 Reply
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    Bob Page
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    thanks

    #2977 Reply
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    and blender has “.what” files?

    #2990 Reply
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    Buxton
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    It’s worth putting in the effort to do the maths in PovRay. I’m relearning all my old vector geometry for some CGI stuff I’m working on and it’s looking quite good so far.

    #3011 Reply
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    Or spend $200 and get the 3D toolkit. It’s not free, but you get a lot of tutorials and perhaps one of the best renderers around. The modeling system isn’t too bad either (imo, anyway).

    Cometgreen

    #3027 Reply
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    Brian of Gep
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    Wandrer,

    How does POV-Ray work with Ldraw?

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