What's your favourite 3D modelling app?

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    Blender

    Creative Freedom Starts Here

    I love this one because it's free and open source!
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    The user interface is terrible, but the amount of functionality in this free package is off the charts. Also, suitable for converting 3D models into the DAE format needed for ARKit.
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    thomas rossStartup analyser and investor · Written
    For modeling, I would say Blender is far and away the best free option. Blender also includes powerful sculpting, animation, UV mapping, physics, programming, post production and rendering tools. Nearly everything Modo, Maya or 3DS Max can do, Blender can do just as well.
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  2. Kunal Bhatia50Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    The tagline says it all—SketchUp is super simple and an easy way to get started in 3D. A friend recently used it to plan his new floor plan for the apartment he bought.
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    Rami DebabI write code and design stuff. · Edited
    SketchUp is definitely one of the easiest 3D modelling apps to use out there, been using it before it was sold by Google, it's simple yet very powerfull ! there is a big community behind it with lots of models to download and learn from
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    Very good for modeling simple 3D objects and architectural stuff.
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  3. It's a classic. Very good, only a bit pricey.
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  4. Felipe TinocoProduct Specialist @Oath · Written
    Very robust platform, not hard to get used to the UI, "fast" rendering and theres alot of libraries with models/renders
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  5. Cristian Cojocarufreelance graphic designer · Written
    Just try it.
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  6. Cristian Cojocarufreelance graphic designer · Written
    Something cool and free. If you make a donation, you'll get access to Sphere Generator Tool - https://www.incendia.net/wiki/in...
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