View Full Version : the best way to mod a 3D character

08 August 2006, 01:36 AM
I am thinking of using ready made 3D characters, modifying the characters and then taking Micky Mouse (for example) and changing him into a rabbit, dog, cat etc. In order to do this, I would like to know which 3D program would be easiest and most effective; "ZBRUSH", "POSER 6," 3D MAX," or any any program which you think would be most appropriate and if you do then are there any tutorial or instructions on how to do this?

Thank you very much, Kenny B.

Angel Jotiko
08 August 2006, 09:18 AM
Poser6 is a Ready-made, it won't help you to model.
Z-brush is an unique application which lets you paint complex details
on your 3d models.

go to any 3d modelling program- modo, Rhino...
or try to work it out in one of the big packages:
3ds max, maya, cinema4d or lightwave.

but certainly it will take you a lot of time and dedication to get there.
I suggest that you should gather more information, it is obvious that
you haven't done any research...

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