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  1. YoKid New Member

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    Yo~!
    So umm, just wanted to ask you guyz which 3D modeling program would be best for me and my computer.

    Truth is, I never really even touched 3D modeling but really would like to add some 3D figures into my IT Final Project. So basicly, I need a easy to use 3D Modeling Program.

    PC:
    -Windows XP SP2
    -AMD Athlon 2800+ 2.07GHz
    -1.5GB Ram
    -ATI Radeon 9550 Graphic Card

    *Note: What I'm trying to make is, first I'll be running as a human (like in real life), and then, slowly becoming a 3D character (Which would look almost EXACTLY like me). Thats only a tiny part of the final project but ya....something crazy as that.

    *Note2: I have tried installing AutoDesk Max 2009, but apparently I dont have a good enough CPU.

    Thanks in Advance~

    YoKid-
     
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    Does any of the ones you listed require SSE2?
     
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    Milkshape is pretty lowly. It's trial-ware.

    Half-Life uses it.
     
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    I dont know if they require SSE2 - i guess they do.. But i know that maxon Cinema 4d can run on a athlon XP cpu - cause thats what one of my render servers got :D
     
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    Haha, well i guess I'll have to try them one by one to find out. Thanks a lot for the list Lilleber, and thanks FordGT for the heads up~
     

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