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3D Model Kits

I play around in Bryce5.....
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And I am getting fairly good at it.

Looking at the amazing stuff that other people have made in it got me thinking, especially a car.

It was a Ferrari F-50, and very beautiful. The thing is, although I could piece together the parts, I could never in fact make the parts to begin with.

Then I started thinking of those model car kits that people love. (or hate)

On a CD or on a website, you could download 3D models of parts of a car in a kit, then use your 3D modeling program and piece the object together, like a model car kit. It would be fun, you could apply textures, and resize them at will. You could even install extra parts and modifications on your virtual "model".

I think it would be fun, and you wouldnt have to worry about sticky glue and messy paint.

DesertFox, Aug 17 2005

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       Have STL files available, too, so that you can print the parts with deposition/rapid proto printer.
bristolz, Aug 17 2005
  


 

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