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i'm pretty sure a similar question has been asked about this site before, but i can't find it. [url]http://www.infiniumlabs.com/intro.html[/url] i wan't to know what software was used to draw the interface. do i need to use 3d software or are there photoshop filters that will do this. if so where can i purchase them? any help or ideas would be appreciated. thanks. bryce...

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    Default how do i do this

    i'm pretty sure a similar question has been asked about this site
    before, but i can't find it.

    [url]http://www.infiniumlabs.com/intro.html[/url]

    i wan't to know what software was used to draw the interface.
    do i need to use 3d software or are there photoshop filters that will do
    this. if so where can i purchase them?

    any help or ideas would be appreciated.

    thanks.
    bryce

    Bryce Guest

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    Default Re:how do i do this

    awesome site, I think that if they used a 3d prog to do it, they most likely used 3dMax or Maya to build it.
    Both progs are super expencive and do have a steep learning curve to them.

    The same style can be created very much identicaly in Photoshop given the time and patience to do it.

    Try this site for tutorials on doing it:

    [url]www.clearbolt.com[/url]
    [url]www.spoono.com[/url]
    [url]www.3dcafe.com[/url]

    hope it helps

    Russ

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    rezun8 Guest

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    Ok, the site interface (glossy thing w/ windows) is most likely done in photoshop with some highlights, reflection textures, and other stuff.

    The animated 3d spinning stuff looks like swift3D, the model and textures may have been created in a program such as 3dsmax, maya, or something else. Definitly on the right track with that.

    As for the rest, photoshop and flash mx plus a 60 fps frame rate will pretty much handle it.

    Best of luck.


    Skim Milk webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: how do i do this

    Thanks for your help guys.



    "Skim Milk" [email]webforumsusermacromedia.com[/email] wrote:
    > Ok, the site interface (glossy thing w/ windows) is most likely done in photoshop with some highlights, reflection textures, and other stuff.
    >
    > The animated 3d spinning stuff looks like swift3D, the model and textures may have been created in a program such as 3dsmax, maya, or something else. Definitly on the right track with that.
    >
    > As for the rest, photoshop and flash mx plus a 60 fps frame rate will pretty much handle it.
    >
    > Best of luck.
    >
    >
    >
    Bryce Guest

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    Default How do I do this

    [url]www.brookeburke.com[/url]

    click on the gallery link. I would like something like that to view various
    pictures..

    Thanks,
    Steve


    Steve Guest

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    "Steve" <fouttywhawaii.rr.com> wrote in message
    news:a3EVb.12955$Sv1.10014twister.socal.rr.com...
    > [url]www.brookeburke.com[/url]
    >
    > click on the gallery link. I would like something like that to view
    various
    > pictures..
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Steve
    >
    Just had a look at the gallery and completely forgot what question you
    asked!

    sorry


    Mr Burns Guest

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    Default How Do I Do This

    inside my flash form i want to create a checkbox that will copy the form data from multiple inputs

    copying company information to billing information or shipping information

    snowman69 Guest

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