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Restored from previous forum. Originally posted by merendo.

Hi all

Does anybody know how to create images and pictures (2D) for games? Which programme do you use? I have heard that many game factories draw their pictures on the paper first? Is that true?

Thanx for any answer!

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Restored from previous forum. Originally posted by ricardo.

Hi,

I dont develop games but some Flash and i use photoshop and Paint Shop Pro.
For creating characters (specialy humans) with movements, animation, etc. I recommend POSER from Metacreations (curious labs).



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Restored from previous forum. Originally posted by Kendrel.

I agree... Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro (if you cant afford Photoshop :) ) are THE tools you will need.

Iam also using some other 3d tools like Amorphium Pro,Bryce,Vue D' Esprit and some other tools to generate landscapes or 3d Models (Export them as 2d Images).

I havent used Poser too much, but i hear that it is a great tool for animations...

good luck...


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Restored from previous forum. Originally posted by koehler.



If you go to the Blitz site, this has been heavily discussed, with many good posts on the plus and minuses of many of the best, and also the cheaper apps out there that do this.

Things like 3D Studio Max, Maya, Lightwave, Bryce, Poser, and of course Milkshape.

If no one here can give you enough info, you might want to try looking over there.

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Hey koehler, I like your sig! It reminded me I started out on PET BASIC... from PB to PB in 25 years. Now there's progress!


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