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Any oldfags here who used to use CAD, raytracing, or other 3DCG software on very old platforms? I'd love to hear what software you used and see any art if you still somehow have it.

My uncle used to use pic related on the Atari ST (and also CAD 3D, CyberStudio, and QRT) to make things and I was always blown away by the results even though they look so incredibly primitive these days. If there's any interest I can try and dig out his old renderings.
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>>529909
>If there's any interest I can try and dig out his old renderings.
Well, I'm definitely interested. Post 'em.
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>>530406
pls this
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>>530406
>>530412
Cool, I'll find them this weekend for you guys.
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I'm a fan of the looks of 90s renders, please share them with us.
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bump, man
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>>529909
I used to have an Amiga and 3D rendering on it was extremely difficult, but it was the coolest thing in the world at the time. 4096 colors, bro.

You can run most of those old programs on emulators these days.
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OP here, sorry for not delivering yet. Been busy and haven't found the right disks. Will post as soon as I am able.

>>531843
I love the Amiga juggling man!! Remember the "amazing" boink demo?
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>>529909
>dig out his old renderings.
Fuck yeah.



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