Re: What tool could do this?

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Ditto on the Blender.  You could actually do the whole shebang in a combination of Inkscape and Blender.  Do the "pad" things and the connecting lines in Inkscape, import the path into Blender and extrude.  People or whatever could be done the same way.

--- On Thu, 1/28/10, Jim Clark <jclark00@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: Jim Clark <jclark00@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: What tool could do this?
To: gimp-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thursday, January 28, 2010, 12:44 PM

http://www.ciscohouston.com/interconnect.jpg

I captured this image, and I would like to produce something like it. The connected platforms, except with boxes rather than humanoid shapes on them. And 10 platforms, not 6...and maybe hexagons...

You get the idea. I like this format, perspective, and shading, but want to customize it. I know that whoever made this image did not draw it but used some tool to create it. Anyone know how this can be done using GIMP, or on some other Linux drawing tool?

Thanks-

Jim Clark


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