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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   6/9/2011 5:16:12 PM
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Thanks Grant -- I'm sat in an airport at the moment, but as soon as I'm back in the office and get a spare moment I will try to download it and have a play -- Max

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Grant Williams   6/8/2011 12:19:55 PM
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Max, the software is Sculptris (see intro to tutorial videos), and it is freeware; go to Sculptrisdotcom for more information on the designer, Tomas Pettersson, and the download links. Or Google Sculptris for a slew of links with tutorials, etc. I downloaded it last night, then spent the rest of the evening playing; it is addictive!

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WKetel   6/3/2011 7:40:50 PM
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As far as who makes and sells this software, some of the catia-style programs used by the auto companies for creating sheetmetal profiles can do great things. My suggestion would be to check with the various modeling software companies that have ads in publications like Design News. But I am sure that there are many others. ON the other hand, I recall some of the 3-D drawings of women done in Autocad 10, by a detailer who was released from a company that I once worked for.

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Max The Magnificent   6/3/2011 5:21:37 PM
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Oooohhh!!!!

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Max The Magnificent   6/3/2011 5:21:29 PM
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Be afraid... be very afraid...

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lcovey   6/3/2011 5:13:35 PM
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There's only one problem with the replica. The clothes are all ironed and the hair is neatly styled. Far to formal for our favorite tech pundit.

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J Kosin   6/3/2011 4:49:47 PM
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Really scary if they could do a lifesize model.

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Max The Magnificent   5/31/2011 11:36:34 PM
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Now you come to mention it... :-) Did you see the other stuff from that company called "Creature Comforts"?

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ReneCardenas   5/31/2011 11:28:43 PM
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Max, when I first glanced at the left picture, the resemblance to a clay animation model was immediate, wonder if the claymation movie studios may expand with more complex shapes, cool! Do you see the likeness to farmer of "Chicken Run", or Wallace and Gromit models? ;-)

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Max The Magnificent   5/30/2011 1:47:18 PM
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That would look really cool!!! I'll ask them and see what they say...

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