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  1. It would be great if there was an easy way to set the camera up to aid in the creation of 2.5D isometric game assets. A quick mode where it switches the camera to orthgraphic mode and the rotation to 45 degrees in the Y. Giving the user options for X rotation since it varies between games and preferences. Default could be -30 or -45 though since those are common. If there were a subtle grid overlay that you could toggle on and off too, it would be helpful. Since you've got to maintain those lines in your textures. This would be pretty cool! Thanks.
  2. matty686

    mountain scorpions

    From the album: Mattys gallary

    two mountain scorpions get ready to face off ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- rendered by positioning models within the environmental sphere rendering once with alpha once without than overlaying the images and painting shadows between the layers

    © enviorment maps belong to respective owners (came with 3d coat) and the scorpions are not copyrighted they are opensource (curtisy of me)

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