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#1 posted 01-16-2013 08:24 PM

RonInOhio is right—3D modeling programs are all hard to use, and while the skill to use one program does transfer a bit to another, generally you’ll be most comfortable in the program you first really figured out how to handle. For example, I learned in Blender, so that’s what I use for my projects. It’s not really designed for architectural stuff (won’t show you the gaps between objects or the like, so you have to look up their positions and do some math) but it gets the job done.


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