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Jynks
08-19-2006, 12:21 AM
Hi there. I have not been using MAX for a long time (about a year) and have just moved to a new project that runs it. At my last workstation a very, very nice script to aid in modeling was installed. I can not for the life of me remember what it is called and a search for "polly tools" showed a zillion results on this forum.

Do any max users know of a very advanced scripted polly tool set. I seam to remember that the script when though a name change at some point as well as this script NOT being free.

Any help would be appreciative.

imgumbydammit
08-19-2006, 01:26 AM
Hi there. I have not been using MAX for a long time (about a year) and have just moved to a new project that runs it. At my last workstation a very, very nice script to aid in modeling was installed. I can not for the life of me remember what it is called and a search for "polly tools" showed a zillion results on this forum.

Do any max users know of a very advanced scripted polly tool set. I seam to remember that the script when though a name change at some point as well as this script NOT being free.

Any help would be appreciative.
Hmmm..the name change hint makes me think of "polyspeed" http://www.fusion-wave.com/forum/ Apparently the forums are down ..maybe in preparation for a 1.0 release ??

IGD

Arcanox
08-19-2006, 01:52 AM
Perhaps it's MJ poly tools, they have it for Max as well. I do not use this myself personally. http://www.maya3d.dk/Scripts/MJPolyTools/

I also have Polyspeed, and Andreas is an absolute genius. It has modeling functions, and alot of them are pretty nice. It's mainly a plugin that streamlines smoothed polygon work and makes it render much more fast than the standard max Turbosmooth.

However, I use Polyboost mainly because I do tons of tons of high poly modeling. I haven't seen any programs that can come close to the toolset of this gem- http://polyboost.com/

Jynks
08-19-2006, 02:36 AM
Thanks a lot guys.... the script i was thinking of was http://polyboost.com/


cheers... once again CGtalk saves the day :)

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