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Old 05 May 2005   #1
Discussion of need for Realflow forum

Personally, I think we need a realflow forum. Comments?

http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.ph...hlight=realflow
 
Old 05 May 2005   #2
Agreed, the official RealfFlow forum isn't that busy, but is considerably busier than say six months ago. RF3s release seems to have sparked a constant trickle of posts, instead of the occasional drip as was before. Would love one on here though, tapping into the huge CGTalk community.

Shaun

ps - I'm a relative noob at RealFlow, but Next Limit are making huge strides in their patch updates, and also in their invilvement in the forum along with regular updated transfer plugs to and from 3D apps like LW (my fav).
 
Old 05 May 2005   #3
I totally agree ...

I have only tried the realflow demo but i am really amazed of the possibilities..

Having some projects in mind that could need such a specific application
i would love to see how others work and adjust Realflow to their workflow
and how they combine it with different 3D packages.



Irrelevant but I am really dissapointed that there is no Adobe Illustrator or a generic "Vector 2D" even containing Flash,TooboomStudiio,CorelDraw.
anyone have seen such a demand ?
maybe it should be backed up in some way...

JB.
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