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    Looking for objects

    Hello
    I'm looking for good models / objects for Lightwave. Has been out on the web and searched and found some but I find it hard to find LWO object. Would be grateful if someone could help me with this and give me some advice.

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    Peter

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    What about the content that ships with the software?

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    Indeed, I am looking for office models, object or finished scenes.
    Have any one worked with Archmodels obj files, is it just to put them i a scen and they will work fine, textures, maps, material.

    / Peter

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    for models/scenes

    cdroms that come with lightwave

    also
    www.turbosquid.com

    also
    http://www.doschdesign.com/

    also
    http://www.the3dstudio.com/

    you can filter to just see/list/search for lwo and lws

    please note that lightwave can open obj files as well as .3ds dxf and a host of file types including stl.
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    There are a load of objects here on the forum, I cant recall off hand if any of them are office related.
    There are over 140 objects and scenes for free at http://www.newtek.com/forums/showthread.php?t=101465

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    The Daz/Poser universe can also be exported as obj for LW.
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    The problem with a lot of the bought objects is that 19 out 20 just never look the part. You will most likely find that you only ever use a few from a set.

    It's not that difficult to make the items you need, you just need to build up each object in a lot of simple shapes, or splines etc.
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    http://archive3d.net/
    office and enterier stuff, 3Ds so you have to convert but it's free

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    Evermotion does a lot of good architectural models, they mostly concentrate on max and vray now but most sets also have OBJ, 3DS and DXF...currently 50% off too

    http://www.evermotion.org/

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