Maya for linux

Sorry for the off, but, wheree i can find a free version of maya for
linux, or maybe another good 3d tool?–
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I haven’t used it really at all and I don’t know how useful it really is
for anything, but at least once person who has looked it over tells me
that it looks fairly complete given its early development status.On Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 11:18:48AM -0500, Roger D. Vargas wrote:

Sorry for the off, but, wheree i can find a free version of maya for
linux, or maybe another good 3d tool?


Joseph Carter Free software developer

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Sorry for the off, but, wheree i can find a free version of maya for
linux, or maybe another good 3d tool?

http://www.blender.nl is also a good spot, though the interface is
"unique". It’s cross platform and very powerful.–

Craig Maloney (@Craig_Maloney) http://ic.net/~craig
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keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself. – J.S. Bach

That’s a good word to describe Blender. Unique. shudderOn Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 03:46:20PM -0500, Craig Maloney wrote:

Sorry for the off, but, wheree i can find a free version of maya for
linux, or maybe another good 3d tool?

http://www.blender.nl is also a good spot, though the interface is
"unique". It’s cross platform and very powerful.


Joseph Carter Free software developer

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I would say masochistic and sadistic would be a good word choice when
describing Blender. Of course, if you like Maya, you can buy it :slight_smile: I
rather like the program that was suggested earlier :slight_smile:

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From: knghtbrd@bluecherry.net (Joseph Carter)
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Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 3:03 PM
Subject: Re: [SDL] Maya for linux

Craig Maloney wrote:

Sorry for the off, but, wheree i can find a free version of maya for
linux, or maybe another good 3d tool?

http://www.blender.nl is also a good spot, though the interface is
"unique". It’s cross platform and very powerful.

Blender is in my opinion a very good software!

It is free (as in “free beer”, but not free as in “free speech”).

Its interface is quite “weird” but once you get accustomed to it, this
is very powerful.

Another advantage is that it is very lightweight: around 4MB for version
2.20.

You should definitely try it, IMHO.

This is not 3D Studio or Maya, but a look in the gallery should convince
you that it is well worth its price ;o)

Last thing, don’t even think about trying Blender without some kind of
"first steps" tutorial: the interface is very disturbing at first.

If it suits your needs, you should then consider buying the manual
(nope, it’s not free).

Hope it helps.