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Anyone here export from CA to Thea for their rendering? If so, would any of you be willing to answer a quick question either here or via emails? Thanks.

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Do you happen to know her user name Dennis? Couldn't locate her via Kathleen Moore. 

 

Trying to see if any of them could help me with a issue I'm running into in Thea with an export from CA. Didn't want to outright pose the question here since this isn't a Thea forum lol. But I'm not a registered Thea user yet since I'm in the demo, so couldn't use their forums either. weeee :)

 

Ohh I wonder if Jintu uses Thea.

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Thanks again Michael. One of these days I'm going to actually help YOU =P lol.

 

Hey Greg, is there a particular reason you go to Sketchup first? Does it help with the import process into Thea in some way? 

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I check everything out and change a few textures to Thea textures and its very easy to make adjustments to the model in sketchup if you see anything that needs adjutment

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Hey Barrett,

 

I use Thea...I sent you a PM with my email...feel free and contact me there.

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Hey, I just saw my name in this thread.  Still using Thea for rendering Chief models and still loving it!!  Please feel free to contact me anytime with questions about Thea.

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