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Old 01-06-2003, 06:56 AM   #16
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btw, that image for the tut, PREATY! I want one of those!
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Old 08-08-2003, 07:58 PM   #17
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WOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOO I WAS WAITING FOR THIS FOR MONTHS!!!!!!!

THANX EVERY1 InVOLVED!
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Old 08-08-2003, 08:15 PM   #18
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That's a great image, is that a snow vehicle thingy inside a tracked wheel? Saw something vaguely similar on CG Talk. Is he doing a tut on how to make that? Many parts later!
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Cool kev. I will be one of the first to sign up. I do know a bit about max, but I dont think I will be able to be a very active member over there. You just put another load on your shoulders man.
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Any idea when simplymax/simply3dmax will be up?
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Anyone?

Sorry if I am annoy (sp?) you, I just love the idea of simplymax, hopefully it would be up soon
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OOh its all looking very cool kevin.. i know a few 3ds max lovers.. ill let them know of its existence
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Anyone?

Sorry if I am annoy (sp?) you, I just love the idea of simplymax, hopefully it would be up soon
Its done mate - all we are waiting on is some free tuts to be added to the free section
 
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Looking verrry cool Kevin

I can think that this site will be some bigger than SM (the total users) Because, if I look to the 3D-scene here in Holland, 3DsMax is more used than Maya. And also tutorials, support, etc. Just more than Maya.

But... I'll stick to maya, no mather what
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Sorry about that kevin,
I think I sounded harsh there, cant wait to buy vip point
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origanlly posted by Emo

so you bought Max too?? can I ask why if you like Maya?
Why Not Emo?

I own Legally

Truespace 5.5
lightwave 7.5
3Dmax 5 with subscription (soon 6 for free)
Maya 5.0 Unl
Motion Builder 5 from kaydara

Damn I am Spoiled

I started with trueSpace then went to Lightwave got from ebay legit for $900.00 it was ok. But got a chance buy max 5 with subscription for $1900.00 comm version (competitive upgrade price) . But I got maya unl on thier oscar special for about $4900.00:bgreen:

And Motion builder well Emo for $200.00 was cheap.


If you look at it I got theem all for less than the regular price of Maya Unl.
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3d Max also seems to be the most used 3d application here in Denmark... which I find very strange, to me Maya seems much easier... I have several times tried to start learning 3d Max, but it seems pretty arkward in some ways... were I find Maya much more user friendly and intuitive...

I have just started on a 3d Max course, and when I was calling in to order a study version of 3d Max, I was told that for 1 maya user in Denmark, there was about 4 or 5 3D Max users... I hope this will change in the future...

lucking forward to see the 3D max forum in action thou... I'm quite currious and might learn some more, just like I have learned a lot about Maya by using Simplymaya...

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Hey guys!

I've been doing a lot of thinking about Maya and Max and I'm starting to feel a yearning to get into Max. Sounds like sacrilege, I know, but it's really a matter of finances and plus there's a larger userbase for Max than Maya. BTW, is SimplyMax/Simply3DMax.com up and running yet and if so, how do I access it? Having trouble on my end here. Thanks guys! You're all mates in my book! :bow: :headbang: :thumbsup:

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I don't think it's up yet.
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I actually like the semi-smallness of the SM community... I know or at least am familiar with everyone. (or at least all of the, well, maybe 100 largely participating members)
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