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By hussyanna ·
Which is the best graphics designing tool for drawing 3D images?

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Depending on your needs and budget

by robo_dev In reply to Graphics Designing

Autocad 3D is pretty much the standard for professionals, with some versions costing more than $5,000 per user.

But Google SketchUp is free.

If you are talking about doing illustration, then Adobe Illustrator

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by OH Smeg In reply to Depending on your needs a ...

And then there is the stuff used on the Macs by a lot of Graphic Designers.

However without knowing what the person asking the question wants to do it's impossible to say what is best other than saying the Best is what they find easy to use.

Col

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There's quite a few to choose from....

by dandaman2234 In reply to Graphics Designing

From an engineering point of view theres:

- AutoDesk AutoCAD 3D
- Siemens Solid Edge
- Dassault Systemes SolidWorks
- Unigraphics Siemens NX
- FreeCAD

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Adobe illustrator cs4

by michealwade In reply to Graphics Designing

There are so many graphic designer software available on the internet but I would like to suggest a adobe illustrator cs4 software. It's really helpful for for drawing 3D images.

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by OH Smeg In reply to Adobe illustrator cs4

I may be wrong here but isn't CS4 now Obsolete?

I thought that Adobe was up to CS6.

Col

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by sangraal In reply to Adobe illustrator cs4

Good suggestion and I'd buy the last "cd" version of the Suite, CS6, before teh subscription services start exclusively, as well.
Regarding the obsolete version reply.... actually no, I use CS 3 and CS4 and they are still pretty effective and far from "obsolete". but if by "obsolete" you mean not part of the new license subscription controlled by Adobe web servers and when the license subcription is done with or not up to date you have nothing but useless space take up on your hard drive, then sure. But I can still accomplish a lot more with my license obsolecence than future generations of the software suite.

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by OH Smeg In reply to Adobe illustrator cs4

Actually I was thinking more along the lines of Support from Adobe. If this is a New User I would imagine that they will need some support from Adobe and I do not believe that is any longer available for CS4.

So it's Obsolete from that point of view as it is no longer the current release or the previous release. I personally have customers that are using positively geriatric software things like Word Perfect 6 for Windows and it still works as well as the day it was released.

However there is a difference with continuing to use software long after it has been replaced/updated or whatever the software maker wants to claim and starting new with unsupported software. Just my opinion though and if there is a Course of some description involved then you need to use what the course is teaching obviously.

Col

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