Originally posted by Emo
I mean, how can somebody work in that?? I just dont get that!...
anyway... I have one more question.. for you ex-MaX Users... why..O why does MAX have a Teapot for a primitive object??? what is it useful for?? I just dont get that
Actually, it's not that bad. The interface is more customizable than Maya's, i.e. you can add custom buttons anywhere you want (left, right, top, bottom, floating etc). The biggest annoyance is the Command Panel on the right. Only one of those tabs can be visible at any one time. You Max users out there will understand what I mean.
The teapot is actually a mathematical formula and is a carry-over from old versions of Max. It's also a good shape for testing lighting, rendering, and dynamics, because it has varied surface topology (hard edges, soft edges, concave and convex faces).