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1 minute ago, Fictionvl said:

 

 

 

Thanks so much, I guess I'll learn using blender then! :) 

 

I started with this tutorial helped me alot

Hello,

 

I wonder if there's any free modeling programs, I want to model my room and setup and see how it will look, any ideas?

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Blender is one of the most feature rich free ones available. However, if you're just wanting to do a simple model, SketchUp may be better suited as it's more simple. 

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blender :) its 3d modelling but you can still use it for that, also google sketchup could work but it is kind of basic 

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6 minutes ago, Fictionvl said:

Hello,

 

I wonder if there's any free modeling programs, I want to model my room and setup and see how it will look, any ideas?

Blender is the most commonly used free program. its great and pretty easy to learn / use.

for rooms and others. well my uncle (who design houses and sells plans) uses SketchUp from google. wich works great too. and is free. you can search for textures, pre-made stuff and others with it too.

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Just now, givingtnt said:

Blender is the most commonly used free program. its great and pretty easy to learn / use.

for rooms and others. well my uncle (who design houses and sells plans) uses Sketch from google. wich works great too. and is free.

 

3 minutes ago, Callum Stringer said:

blender :) its 3d modelling but you can still use it for that, also google sketchup could work but it is kind of basic 

 

4 minutes ago, Oshino Shinobu said:

Blender is one of the most feature rich free ones available. However, if you're just wanting to do a simple model, SketchUp may be better suited as it's more simple. 

 

Thanks so much, I guess I'll learn using blender then! :) 

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1 minute ago, Fictionvl said:

 

 

 

Thanks so much, I guess I'll learn using blender then! :) 

 

I started with this tutorial helped me alot

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