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This is one of my animation for a Marina development...done in different software NOT nxt

i am hoping we can now be able to use animated rpc and water (not fountains RPC) in NXT,If not how far are we away from achieving it Roy?and also a reminder for Roy to look at tree editor as some of the trees i have created not perfectly formed around the trunk and branches previously high lighted here some time ago.

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Hi Mike, I need so bad your palms! How did you did it? RPC? Frog?... 3D archiv?


The one in the animation is part of lumion software,But i have similar done in autocad if you want

if you can join make a folder with your name..i can drop the files in -its free to join



Archvision fixed the problem months ago.  They haven't contacted me about a release for their software-- I'll try asking again.

Roy..water animation???every other software have it...i just think NXT will be fully functional software with water animation..right now features like that is holding it back....Tree editor can produce some stunning trees it needs tiedy up- trunks and branches when you shape them.

Every time I click on the like this is what I get.

it could busy your computer -youtube runs fine with mine-

Finally got through. What software is this?


You guys are so lucky, i never get the jobs with water in them.

God please buy me a client who has a boat next to his home so I can play with images like this.

Bring on the animated rpc's and water to Nxt, looking forward to using them in Nxt




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