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  06 June 2016
Getting back into Silo 3D

Hello. I'm going to try learning Silo 3D again. It's going to be a real struggle, because it doesn't render nor have deformer tools (which I just realized). The reason I want to re-learn this program is to approach modelling at its most basic aspects and learn problem-solving tricks that can be used at the basic level.

I have used this program to create 3D printable objects.I do have two other programs, but I won't mention them because this isn't the thread for that.
 
  06 June 2016
There are a few of us who still use it regularly if you should have questions. Hopefully we can help you out when you need it.
 
  06 June 2016
Thanks. The last time I tried this I jumped too deep into it. It's unfortunate that I had to lose the official manual to this program.Still I want to approach this software with a modelling mindset. My true objective is to make things for animation, So having a low poly count is preferable to wondering how I'll sculpt something with more detail.
 
  06 June 2016
If you need the Silo Help document I can email it to you.
 
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