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Subject: Re: FLASH: 3-D to Vector
From: Michael Penne
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2000 16:59:55 GMT

www.ideaworks3d.com =vecta3d
www.davidgould.com =illustrate

Both export flat, unshaded models only (you can
see one I did in vecta, porshe model at
http://www.bigtimeweb.com/nux.html

Note that the pod animation was done in
ElectricImage, rendered with a toon shader, and
traced. If you need shading, this may be a better
way to go (with one of the Max toon shaders),
though very time consuming for long form
animations...

Gawd I hope F5 supports some form of recordable
actions!

--- Ward Johnson <jedilynxathotmail [dot] com> wrote:
> Does anyone know where I can find a utility or
> plug of some kind where I can
> convert 3D models to vector files? I have 3D
> Studio Max files I'd like to
> convert to Freehand vector drawings, if
> possible.
>
> I am not a member of the Flasher list, so
> please e-mail all replies to
> jedilynxathotmail [dot] com
>
> Thanks.


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