Simple 3D modeling tool
- Very easy to get started
- Lots of online documentation
- Basic 3D modeling
- Doesn't render 3D objects
Have you ever wondered if there's an easy way to make 3D models? Most 3D modeling applications require a degree in computer engineering to understand but not Misfit Model 3D.
Misfit Model 3D is based on OpenGL, which can build models from basic shapes such as spheres or cubes. These can then be modified through flattening, subdividing and trimming, etc. However, it's worth noting that Misfit Model 3D is not powerful enough to render images.
Misfit Model 3D is pretty easy to work with and it supports multi-level undos (meaning you can make as many mistakes as you like), skeletal animations, simple texturing, command-line batch processing, and a plug-in system for adding new model and image filters. There is an extensive online help directory that can get you started whatever your level. You can't produce anything spectacular on Misfit Model 3D but it's not bad by any means.
If you fancy trying your hand at 3D modeling but don't have the time to take on a heavy-duty app this is an excellent starting point.
Misfit Model 3D supports the following formats
MM3D, MS3D, MD2, OBJ, LWO, BMP, JPG, TGA, PCX, XBM, XPM