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 From:  Don (DON_CHEKE)
3928.1 
Now that I practiced with MoI a bit more, I think I am sold on the idea that it will be my companion software to TurboCAD. It has taken a bit of work to get my head wrapped around drawing a new way but I think I am slowly adapting. The text on the images says it all.

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 From:  Michael Gibson
3928.2 In reply to 3928.1 
That's a great result Don, I hope that MoI will be useful to you!

- Michael
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 From:  eric (ERICCLOUGH)
3928.3 In reply to 3928.1 
Hi Don ...

Which version of TurboCad were you using?

Nice image, by the way.

cheers,
eric
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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
3928.4 In reply to 3928.1 
Nice job on the mouse Don!

Thinking about turning it into a tutorial ?

I always see, not only people who are new to the 3d world also people trying out a new 3d software always have a go at modelling the good ol' mouse, I guess it's because it's the direct link in interacting with our computer and being in our hand when we decide what to try and model.

It's like when we have a go at programming our first bit of code to get 'Hello World' to pop up, the 3d modelling equivalent is that mouse :)

Cheers
~Danny~
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 From:  Michael T. (MICTU_UTCIM)
3928.5 
Welcome aboard Don! The mouse looks great!

Michael T.
Michael Tuttle a.k.a. mictu http://www.coroflot.com/DesignsByTuttle
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 From:  Don (DON_CHEKE)
3928.6 In reply to 3928.3 
Hi Eric,

I am using TurboCAD Pro V17. I have used TC since later version 8 and have kept up with each version since. I have been a beta tester since V14, so the price has been right. :-)

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 From:  Don (DON_CHEKE)
3928.7 In reply to 3928.4 
Thanks Danny,

It is a bit early to be thinking about writing MoI tutorials, but I am not opposed to it. Time will tell, but now that I am feeling more comfortable with MoI I will certainly be putting more effort into it.

I think your reasoning behind drawing the mouse is right on. It is handy and a deceptively simple construct.

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 From:  eric (ERICCLOUGH)
3928.8 In reply to 3928.6 
Thanks Don ...
TurboCAD has always looked pretty good to me but when I gave up AutoCad after more that 20 years I chose ProgeCAD as my alternate and it does do a pretty good job for me when I have to produce a .dwg file and now I can't see putting out the money for TurboCAD Pro. It is necessary to move on sometimes so I'll keep thinking about the best choice.
MoI is my present favorite for modeling. A great little program.
cheers,
eric
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