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by Krzysztof Czerwinski
16 hours ago

I bought it, it's really nice and intuitive:) Now i'm waiting for next build with new features:)

I love it!

by Joel Alexandre
2 days ago

Hi. Can you tell how the glass material was made? I found it very interesting.Congratz

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MilkShape 3D is a low-polygon modeler, which was initially designed for Half-Life. By and by many file formats and features have been added. MilkShape 3D has all basic operations like select, move, rotate, scale, extrude, turn edge, subdivide, just to mention a few. MilkShape 3D also allows low-level editing with the vertex and face tool. Standard and extended primitives like spheres, boxes, cylinders, etc. are available too.
  • MilkShape-3D-80.lv
  • MilkShape-3D-80.lv
  • MilkShape-3D-80.lv
  • MilkShape-3D-80.lv

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MilkShape 3D has all basic operations like select, move, rotate, scale, extrude, turn edge, subdivide, among many others. MilkShape 3D also allows low-level editing with the vertex and face tool. Standard and extended primitives such as spheres, boxes, and cylinders are available. Milkshape 3D can export to over 70 file formats.

MilkShape-3D-80.lv

A model created in MilkShape 3D © MilkShape 3D, 2015

MilkShape 3D is a skeletal animator. As well as supporting its own file-format, Milkshape 3D is able to export to morph target animation like the ones in the Quake model formats or to export to skeletal animations like Half-Life, Genesis3D, Unreal, etc. The number of file types that the program can support features all major 3D game engines from Source, to Unreal, to id Tech, to Lithtech. It has become known as a useful converter from one format to another.

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