nikola.jeremic at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 23 19:31:18 CET 2007
hey, thanks again to everybody.
I just got wings3d and i love it. i will try later to make some things and
see how it is going. Blender is cool, but i did not find a way trough, to
lazy to learn something like this :) and thanx for the link to models.
On 2/23/07, hnt at xarch.at <hnt at xarch.at> wrote:
> hi nicola
> i am working with the "same" setup (blender modeling, pd/gem using .obj
> files) and have absolutely no problems on all platfornms (xp, osx10.4,
> actually blender is a very good choice for creating gem .obj files.
> i think, that one point is to create mesh models only. gem can only handle
> this kind of object, same as blender itself inside itś build in
> http://sketchup.com/ is a very simple free software with export options. i
> am not sure if it can export to .obj or you have to export .dxf or .3ds or
> whatever bleder can read, and in blender convert it to .obj for gem
> unfortunately google has bought sketchup, so it s not open-source
> i hope i could help you
> > Hi list
> > I would like to start working more with the .obj models in Gem, and i
> > bored of the famous "venus" :) does anybody know where can i find some
> > otherones (i did not came so far with google) and i need an info on soft
> > (open-source would be great :) where I can design my own models. I ve
> > tried
> > Blender, but it is to complicated and somehow my models dont work good
> > with
> > pd :( it is getting very slow an crashes my machine (pc win).
> > thanx 2 all
> > nikola
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