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bigH
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great deal

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now here a deal -

We're doing an unprecedented viral test marketing campaign where your success in sharing this offer will allow you and others to get our amazing award winning animation and rendering software ( messiahStudio5 ) for the unheard of price of just $10 (regularly $499) or choose the Pro version for just $40 (regularly $1195). When this experiment ends, the prices will return to normal.

link -
http://projectmessiah.com/x6/shop.html
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going to be gone today - better hurry
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I'm learning Blender. Can't beat $0.
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Post by mykyl »

You can if the application is intuitive to use from the get go. :D I have blender installed as well but rigging is awkward as is most things. I tried rigging a character in blender by following some tutorials and still never found the right way to do it. In messiah Studio demo I imported my model, added an auto rig clicked two buttons and that was it. Fully rigged for animation and just worked.

Sometimes $10 or $40 is worth the lack of problems. he he.

I bought the pro version for mac and the basic version for windows.

Cheers

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Post by Simon »

I'm still exploring Blender, it has a lot of potential as a mesh painter too - but as it is so big it is cumbersome and confusing to use. Still - for the odd bit of rigging, uv unwrapping & low poly modelling it is my new favorite.

The last thing I modelled, I sketched in Curvy first to get accurate front and side renders - then I used those as a backdrop to make a low poly model in Blender.

It is weird and fiddly - but if you slow right down and use all the tutorials available it is a powerful piece of tech.

While I'm taking this thread off-topic I'll recommend Inkscape again - a lovely free 2D vector program (Like Illustrator + extras!).
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