Posted: Thu, 27th Nov 2003, 1:12am
Post 1 of 14
Can anyuone make a wrestling ring that is perhaps three d?
Posted: Thu, 27th Nov 2003, 1:16am
Post 2 of 14
Way to be specific. How about add some details as to what you want? Like, what view should this be? Do you want this as a plugin, or a 3D model? Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera!
Posted: Thu, 27th Nov 2003, 4:05pm
Post 3 of 14
Why not just find a photo of a wrestling ring? Unless you actually want a 3D model of one, of course.
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 12:56am
Post 4 of 14
LOL, I'd be grateful for anything. It'd be great to have a 3d model... that would be awesome.
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 1:00am
Post 5 of 14
But if you want a 3D model, why did you post it in the plugin request forums?
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 1:03am
Post 6 of 14
Sorry I am very new here...
I'm just switching over to digital editing from the old stuff...
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 1:11am
Post 7 of 14
Ok. But just to clear that up: 3D models require a 3d program, like maya or 3ds max. In it you can animated it, change it,etc. but you need to learn how to do it, and it is kind complicated. A plugin is an effect for AlamDV. unlike 3d models, it is 2d, so you can only see one angle of it. However, you can use a 3d program to kind of take a picture of a certain angle of the 3d model and turn it into a 2d plugin.
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 1:15am
Post 8 of 14
I have ulead cool 3d, would that work?
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 1:52am
Post 9 of 14
Well it's not very powerful and it can't open .3ds or .obj files, which is bad. So I don't think it would.
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 1:58am
Post 10 of 14
Any free alternatives?
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 2:05am
Post 11 of 14
dont know what files it can open - but you can always model it yourself
google for blender
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 4:41pm
Post 12 of 14
Or Maya Personal Learning Edition. You can't use it for commercial use but it is really good, though you still need to learn it.http://www.alias.com/eng/products-services/maya/maya_ple/index.shtml;$sessionid$WGUKJYDOGOI51QCLCWSSFEWAJMK0IIV0
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 4:47pm
Post 13 of 14
That prints a water mark, and that isnt good.
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 4:54pm
Post 14 of 14
Ah, ok sorry, I didn't know, as I don't have it myself.