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    N-Sided QUIDAM

    I'm just curious if anyone has and/or uses N-Sided QUIDAM?

    Im considering purchasing it, and was curious to what everyone thinks of it and the export function.
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    N-Sided QUIDAM

    Can you give us a link with more information about it?

    You've got me curious as I've never heard of it, but I don't have much to go on.
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    N-Sided QUIDAM

    Their website is: http://www.n-sided.com

    It is a unique character similar to poser, except it is more useful to creating unique aspects, i am trying the demo atm and seems to be really good.. a little pricey though, 200 euros.
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    N-Sided QUIDAM

    Wow, it does look pretty impressive. You'd need to be building a pretty detailed engine to run those though. And the right hardware.

    You planning some kind of NextGen game we don't know about?
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    N-Sided QUIDAM

    Yeah the can be very detailed, they have a polygon reducing plugin which is included in the demo.

    i am looking in to using high detailed models, and using some methods at rendering them, but nothing definitive yet.
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    N-Sided QUIDAM

    On my searches i found a couple of interesting 3D modellers if anyone is interested..

    ShapeShop: A Sketch based modeling tool using BlobTrees (Similar to Metaballs)
    http://www.unknownroad.com/shapeshop/index.html

    MoI 3D: A freeform tool, designed to be easier to use with pen tablets
    http://moi3d.com/index.htm

    Both are freeware too
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