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Frenchy Pilou

Rocket 3F has a bridge to 3DCoat!

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Creator of Nvil - IStonia - is making rocket3f  software with collaboration of some 3d guy (ui, marketing). Nvill was/is great modeling software, but for me it was easier to do everyting in one app -blender, event though Blender is not as good as as Nvill in modeling department.

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This is going to be a disaster. Who exactly is their target audience? Kids that run windows XP?

Its sad too because Nvil was going the right direction, but it needed some serious marketing and a new name. In a way they are getting that, but in the worst way possible.

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Don't worry. They said that NVil will still be developed.

I believe R3F is a little side project of theirs, though I'm puzzled about its target audience too.

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The modelling is straight forward once you start playing around with it. Being able to pass models between it, MoI and 3D Coat is really powerful. Similar to Silo in that it is uncluttered and less finicky than modo.

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Hay, Pro version is here!
Pro version is a flagship version of Rocket 3F, you can customize it the way you need it, you can change hotkeys, create your own User Interface, create your own StreamLine and Composite Tools, create your own Radial menu, etc... you can change everything!
And the main feature is that you will get thousands and thousands of new tools that is not available in Free and Basic versions.

Check this videos to see Pro version in action:

https://youtu.be/oR8JXWsQ4gM
https://youtu.be/KBsvkkZ7irA

https://www.rocket3f.com

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As does NVIL 

 

I saw who wrote this post so i know that you know NVIL ports out directly to 3DC but thought I'd mention it while I was here. Great software too. Keep up the great work!

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I've used the free version and like Rocket3F very much. If I did not already own Silo3D and Hexagon 3D, I would probably upgrade to the Pro version. I much prefer it's UI over NVIL which I found to be quite confusing....

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