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Do you remember your first time?
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>>524849
it was yesterday
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Rhino3D on windows 95.
I was trying to recreate some scenes from Resident Evil 2 with plain colored nurbs shapes.
That poor PC was a Pentium 75 with under 8MB of memory.
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>>524866
You are the real deal anon. You where into 3D before it was fun being into 3D. I didn't join ranks until '99.
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>>524849
I'll trade you a magic trick for a vase.
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>>524849

I used to play with that program with my son when he was really little. He used to get a kick out of making videos with a flying baby in them.
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I used to make some twisted shit for a 12 yr old. Is there any similar modern day software compared to 3D movie maker?
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>>524963
I mean in its simple gimmicky sort of format of course.
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http://i.4cdn.org/wsg/1465252447712.webm
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My first 3d was milkshape/milkshape or something? Anybody remember that? God it was clunky...

Then I went to 3dsmax during my teen years, now using maya exclusively.
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>>524963
Damn i loved this one.
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>>524963
Source filmmaker / gmod are the closest you'll get.

I wish they'd do a kickstarter to make 3DMM v2.
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>>525384
Damnit James go to bed already.
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>>524849

Bite me



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