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danilo.massa
06/01/2006, 19h10
Some time ago, quietly sailing on internet, I have found a software, not free and enough complex, that produced images (or models 3D don't remember well) similar to these: http://us.geocities.com/jvanvoorden/examples.html

I remind that the software was available for windows and for mac.

But I don't remember its name and I have not succeeded in finding it anymore!
I have tried to search it with google but I have not evidently used the correct search keywords.

Have I dreamt everything?
Has someone ever seen anything of similar?

A anticipated "thanks" to everyone those that will furnish me some hint to find again this software!

are
06/01/2006, 19h22
can't help with the software but your link has an extra "je" on the end of it that you might want to remove.

Pete Exxtreme
06/01/2006, 19h29
Well.. i didn't get it... you want a software similar to the one you've showing samples, but another one.... why you do not take this one, which is free ??? :ermm:

danilo.massa
06/01/2006, 19h43
Well.. i didn't get it... you want a software similar to the one you've showing samples, but another one.... why you do not take this one, which is free ??? :ermm:

I would like the other one because this one export the "model" only in POV-Ray format!

danilo.massa
06/01/2006, 19h52
Oppss... the previous link has exceeded its bandwidth limits...

Other image samples are here:
http://www.organicartworks.com/images/sample09.jpg
http://www.organicartworks.com/images/sample04.jpg

psaldari
06/01/2006, 21h23
Groboto? (http://www.groboto.com )

danilo.massa
06/01/2006, 21h25
Groboto? (http://www.groboto.com (http://www.groboto.com/) )

YES YES YES!!!!
Many tanks!!!!

:) :) :)

psaldari
06/01/2006, 21h29
YES YES YES!!!!
Many tanks!!!!

:) :) :)

di niente :)

Paolo