Re: Your Modeller : Part ][

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Posted by Ghent on March 03, 1998 at 06:10:40:

In Reply to: Re: Your Modeller : Part ][ posted by Harkonnen on March 02, 1998 at 02:32:19:

: Hehehe...should have guessed it wouldn't be for the joy of Coding
: 1400 dollars for lightwave or 5000 dollars for 3dstudiomax
: Unfortunately, though....with a few exceptions, all of those things that you have mentioned 'will'
: be in are already easily available in freeware....can you honestly say that you would spend 35
: bucks for a program that you don't need because utilities that can do that are already free?
: You need a hook....I would pay 35 dollars for something that can do bones, or has the ability to
: do a 3d enhanced preview, or something else that is a neccessity, but for simple modelling and facing
: it is simply much easier doing it with a combination free modeller, qme or studiomdx or meddle, and maybe a few subutilities
: that you write yourself...try writing new subutilities or something, because charging for water next door to a
: fountain is a losing proposition

Well, on some points I agree and some I do not... first off, I wan't you to name a FREE editor that does half the stuff he lists and works for quake-style models.

Second, though, you have a point in a way...
He is compeeting with: Things like TrueSpace, MAX, LW, etc. I mean, if it were a nice, joyfull world he wouldn't have a lot of problems. But as it is, I suspect that at LEAST 50$ (And this is going by people ive talked to) do NOT have a legal version of any of those...
Then he has to compete with qME... which offers many of his features already, and is still in dev.

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