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Discussion in 'Software' started by Craigtaylor, 24 Feb 2005.

  1. Craigtaylor

    Craigtaylor

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    Hi,

    Hope this is the right forum.

    Does anyone out there know of a good computer programme that you can design rooms on in 3d. You know the ones that they sometimes use on tv programmes. I am having great difficulty in explaining to the missis what i would like to do with the bedroom & bathroom, and my drawing skills stop at a stick man.

    Have searched on the Web and on the forum on here but have found nothing.

    Hope someone can help.

    Cheers
    Craig


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    moved as posted in wrong forum
     
  2. 2scoops0406

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    I'm not familiar with any of these packages, as I've always found them exceptionally difficult to use. I think this has more to do with the fact that I don't have an artistic bone in my body. However, if you do a google search on room design software, it throws up a load of stuff that would be worth investigating. In my admittedly very limited experience of these things, I think it would be wise to start off with a simple and cheap package, then if or when you out-grow it, upgrade to something a bit more meaty (and more complicated). Some of the top end packages are incredibly expensive, require vast amounts of computer resources. So in summary, have a look around, try to pick a package that suits both you and your computer.

    Good Luck.
     
  3. Igorian

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    Have a look at this.

    Try using 'Home designer software' in your search engine.
     
  4. Igorian

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    Ahh, ya beat me to it :D . I agree, they are generally not as easy to use as they first appear.
     
  5. 2scoops0406

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    It's truly a first !!
     
  6. Igorian

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    Cold weather's slowing me down.
     
  7. kevplumb

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    had one called punch pro

    downloaded it from kazza dont know if its what you want :idea:
     
  8. 2scoops0406

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    Tsk, Tsk, I assume you evaluated it, then deleted it ? :D
     
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    lost it when i upgraded my system ;)
     
  10. Craigtaylor

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    Thanks a lot, will see if i can find a copy of punch pro for evaluation reasons :LOL: :LOL:
     
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