The variety of mobile devices has led to the fact that each device has its screen size. When accessing a site or an online service from any device, the content of the site should automatically adjust to the screen size and display it correctly equally. This is called adaptability. I want to work with a mobile audience. Tell me, if I order a project from gns-it.com them, do they take this criterion into account when developing the app? Thanks to everyone.
Wings3d is popular among the can't-learn-blender crowd.
If you're not trying to make organic designs Sketchup is easy to use as is TinkerCAD.
If you want Maya shortcuts and 2d drawing and 3d modeling then Blender is pretty much your only option short of just using Maya. The Blender UI is good - certainly as good as anything else. You just have to learn it. BlenderGuru on Youtube is where to go - make a donut, anvil, and chair.
no the blender UI is massive...compared to wings3d or milkshape it's just...gigantic.
i am using it for video editing now :)
ok thanks alot :)
tho, actually i am trying to make papercraft modelkit or life functional model, you know, which one is the most closest ones to it? i probably need the basic cylinder and boxes and some union intersection functions to it? nothing too much away from like, 10 to 15 functions only... lol