RaySupreme is a full-featured, powerful and easy to use 3D modeling, texturing and rendering software that features many of the tools you would expect from any professional 3D software. You can model, render, select and import objects in the same manner as most high-end 3D programs.
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Mixed (34 reviews) - 41% of the 34 user reviews for this software are positive.
Release Date: Dec 16, 2013

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“RaySupreme is not your average I want to be like everyone else package”
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“RaySupreme is definitely a 3D modeling program worth using”
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“I would advise anyone who is interested in the world of 3D modeling to check out RaySupreme”
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About This Software

RaySupreme is a full-featured, powerful and easy to use 3D modeling, texturing and rendering software that features many of the tools you would expect from any professional 3D software.

You can model, render, select and import objects in the same manner as most high-end 3D programs.

RaySupreme is designed for all users ranging from beginners to professionals at an unparalleled value.

RaySupreme is also the development platform for Text-to-3D, a new technology that enables users to create 3D works by simply typing text descriptions.

3D Artist Magazine gives RaySupreme an 8/10 review saying "RaySupreme is not your average I want to be like everyone else package"

Key Features:

  • 3D Modeling
  • UV Unwrapping
  • Full-featured Texture Painting
  • Global illumination Renderer
  • Compositing Features

Please visit this link to see the full feature list of RaySupreme http://www.braindistrict.com/en/raysupreme

RaySupreme combines 3D modeling and rendering tools with Text-to-3D Technology.

  • 3D modeling, mapping and rendering tools you would expect from any professional 3D program.
  • Flexible, adjustable Primitive objects that can be configured to best suit the user’s needs.
  • Polygon-based modeling with a full range of tools and features.
  • Revolutionary Text-to-3D Engine, which processes English statements into 3D images.
  • Subdivision can be applied to base forms and can be toggled on/off for flexible workflow.
  • Snap and Alignment system to aid in precision and fast editing.
  • Time-saving productivity tools like Boolean operations, Bend, Lathe, Extrude and Shell.
  • Optimization and Correction tools like Global Remesh, Mesh Triangulation, Fill Holes and Update Normals.
  • Powerful Node-based features, which support and integrate Text-to-3D Technology into your models.
  • Detailed documentation that supports the beginner, intermediate or expert 3D artist.
  • Ever expanding database of objects, materials with free unlimited downloads.
  • OBJ Export functionality.
  • Rendering
  • Multithreading processor support.
  • Final Gathering support for Global illumination.
  • Caustics, Photon Mapping, time-based lighting, Procedural Sky.
  • HDR light probe and texture light emission.
  • Effects including sun and stars, fog and haze.

What's new in v1.5

  • Up to 10 times faster rendering.
  • Compositing features.
  • New viewport and area rendering modes.
  • Object display properties.
  • New modeling and instancing tools.

RaySupreme is available for Mac OS X, Windows 7 / 8 and Linux platforms

Download the trial version of RaySupreme here
http://www.braindistrict.com/en/try-buy

Resources

Help guides are in the RaySupreme software and can be accessed by selecting the Help Tab.
Tutorials can be accessed via our website http://www.braindistrict.com/tutorials as well as our community forum.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7, 8
    • Processor: 32 & 64 Bit
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.7 and later
    • Processor: 64 Bit
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 13.04 and later
    • Processor: 64 Bit
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA graphics card
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
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Mixed (34 reviews)
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Lord Xtheth
( 50.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 15
It does it's job, and does it very well. It's quite easy to pick up and has everything you need to get started.

HOWEVER with programs like Blender out there, I reccomend going that route instead.
This program does things a little bit easier than blender, however there aren't as many options, ways to manipulate things, plug ins, etc.

I do reccomend this, but be aware Blender is the same thing but better in 90% of everything, and also free.
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Umphso
( 6.4 hrs on record )
Posted: January 6
Buggy and crashed for me when i got it a while back, still the same, waste of money, its cheaper to download and learn blender.
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God
( 108.6 hrs on record )
Posted: March 10, 2015
The good:
Easy to use, easy to learn, if you're bewildered and confused by Blender's interface, consider this!
Super intuitive interface helps you get straight to work without having to constantly look up shortcuts.
Very affordable(almost 1% the cost of 3dsmax).

The bad:
Crashes for no apperent reason at the strangest times.
Import/export functions are lacking and buggy(Obj. exporting flips normals seemingly at random),
Support is essentially non-existent.
Several functions behave erratically, producing wildly different results performing the same exact task.
Repeated booleans will spontaniously produce random and excess vertices(and break normals)
Extrusion can produce unpredictable and erratic results.

Verdict: 5/10, Great for newbies, bad for professional productions, Low price and ease of use does not sufficiently compensate for its inherent flaws to get a recommendation. It's been obviously improving, but not fast enough for my tastes, I've since moved on to Lightwave. Recommend coming back in a year and seeing if they've fixed things by then.
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Prophet Gahzox
( 5.8 hrs on record )
Posted: February 25, 2015
I acquired this software for myself, and someone else I am working with on a project, because he's not proficient with blender. We attempted to use it, we thoroughly regretted it and shelled out the money for lightwave.

Pro:
It makes models.
It got patched to give us primitives to work with.
It has a GUI.

Con:
It's buggy.
I can't import any OBJ it exports into blender to continue the work someone else did.
It's boolean functions decide it's a great idea to just flip faces around willy nilly.
It fills the model with worthless vertices.
It's exported obj is just chalk full of errors.
The customer support is horrendus. I asked a question, I still havn't gotten an answer in a *month*.

0/10. Will not ever recommend to anyone.
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crazy
( 0.9 hrs on record )
Posted: December 20, 2014
So I got this program so I can 3D model and continue what I learned my High School, but after 2 years and trying to understand it and use it to make some weaponary or characters. But trying to download EVERYTHING for this program has 1 taken longer a hour for 1 file to be downloaded plus freezes the program causing it to crash. From my experience with this program. This is not worth $40 AT ALL. I give this program a 0/10 because no shapes, materials, any of the sort is given when you first install the program. Just go to the Popular ones and make yourself a student so you may use it.
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Street Dawah
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: December 16, 2014
0/10 Haven't seen such a bad 3D modeling program in a while. Doesn't even start it crashes instantly. Bad support which is not responding
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mrmangosir
( 2.8 hrs on record )
Posted: December 15, 2014
So, previous version was a little rocky in terms of stability on Linux. It's been ok, but has crashed and not quite worked for me and maybe others?

So 1.6 came along and you can tell the developers have been working hard. They've clearly listened to users, even us Linux users. The UI looks much better and the application feels more stable.

So for a reasonable priced 3D application, it's good. There are some improvements to be added, but they are catching up on decades of mature 3D applications.

If you are a 3D expert, not sure what this will give you over what you have already. Maybe download a demo and find out, it could surpise you. If you want to get into 3D, this isn't a bad choice and you don't have the steep learning curve of say Blender.
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thumbs31
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: December 14, 2014
Avoid at all costs laggy and keeps crashing just get blender for free instead
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Lord Demon Pyro
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: December 8, 2014
It's an Great Software, but also Hard to use it! 7/10!
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DemiGoth
( 7.8 hrs on record )
Posted: October 23, 2014
Though I'm starting with 3D modelling, it's said that RaySupreme is far easier than Blender - this is not true!

Explorting to .OBJ is supported BUT you do have to make the object editable. While exporting, ANY material added to the mesh IS NOT saved to the OBJ.
Exporting to FBX kinda fives the same problem as described above aside from only a color being saved and not the material. With that, importing the FBX into Blender it's enlarged by a factor 25. Importing the FBX into Unity3D is totally not showing a single thing.

An other extremely annoying thing is the constant crashing when editing/deleting stuff withing the program. Means that you either have o save much & save often OR loose all work in progress.

IMO save your money and grab Blender. That's a 100% discount compared to RaySupreme and at least everything is working as it should.
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wedusk101
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: October 21, 2014
As of now, doesn't work on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.I ran it once for 10 mins a few months back.Also no updates in a long time.

UPDATE: For some reason still doesn't work, even with the 1.6 update :(
Works fine on windows though.So I'm changing the review to "recommended".
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southpawami
( 107.2 hrs on record )
Posted: October 10, 2014
Pros and Cons

+ Array modeling is RaySupreme's strong point as long as a minimum of 4 instances occur. The array tool in RaySupreme is better than many other low cost and free options.
+ UV options are more extensive than I expected
+ The nodal options and text options can increase speed if utilized
+ The included downloadable materials are appreciated and helpful
+ a variety of stone materials are available after download
+ path animation is present for objects

- Modeling a single object is not RaySupreme's strong point as doing so is slower than other options available
- many metals like bronze and silver are not present
- path animation does not work for cameras(At least I haven't figured out how yet.)
- no updates to the program itself, as it is being rewritten as an html 5 app
- camera options are severely limited... I can't find a way to create a 2nd or 3rd camera... it has free and fixed.. but rendering these frames through this camera, and these frames through another camera... not going to happen unless an update changes things


Still to test

~ Material grouping for Substance Designer... if RaySupreme can do this, then I could go directly from RaySupreme to Substance Designer as I can with Wings3D
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Mr. Brightside
( 76.9 hrs on record )
Posted: October 9, 2014
RaySupreme aims for Silo 2's clean and simple interface approach and expands it with animation, texture painting, Scripting, and NODEs..

Vertice, Face, and Edge selection modes are always listed at the top center of the interface for easy access and above each viewport are the options to work with your models while wireframe only, solid, textured, etc.

Along the left hand side of the interface your basic tools are listed and change in context to which ever mode you are currently working in. More elaborate tools are found under an explorer list on the right hand side.
Most of the sections can be moved around and sized to your preference; accommodating the task you will be using the most.

But most impressive are the tool tips. Every feature, tool and option is defined with a comprehensive explanation either in the explorer window or at the bottom of the screen (Help option in the menu reveals some guides as well).
The elaborate help system makes RaySupreme a meaty animator, painter and modeler for those new and learning.

Also added are Node Graphs and a Scripting section making the small $50 price tag as astonishing as Blender's free offering. As with all premium software, however, RaySupereme streamlines and simplifies the modeling and animation process for those not experienced enough to begin tackling the steep learning curve demanded by Blender.

For long-time hobbyists, RaySupreme is a cheap and fun suite to try out and play around in.

For those beginning to learn 3D modeling and animation; RaySupreme is a MUST have!

Edit 18th Oct 2014 - 16 Hours Invested

I’ve been using RaySupreme for close to twenty hours now and have some more to boast!


-The only two faults that I am finding right now is that obj files are saving without the extension. I’ve had to meddle a bit to tweak the obj exports to get them to import elsewhere and I wonder if having to manual tack on the ‘.obj’ to the file might be what is confusing the other apps.

-If still updating would also like to see real-time symmetry. As of now I just have to wait until one side is modelled, clip the other and then mirror the finished side.

-Secondly an autosave feature would be brilliant. Like some of my other modelling apps RS does go unstable after about ten mins of use. I get a warning cursor swirling (modern hourglass) for a second or two about sixty seconds before it’s going to take a dive.

-Once again, however, touching more on the clean interface I think it’s a great asset given description to most tools but also the GUI interface makes it easy to tell what I’m doing; visual features often left out of other programs such as editor axis handles lighting up when my cursor is over them so I know If I click in that spot I will get a true hold on the axis handle. Manipulation is polished as well ie; hiding backfaces actually ensures that I don’t accidentally select any by mistake. In some other proggies hiding backfaces only reduces the chance of selection error.

-Finally although most is well-explained in context sensistive tool tips a manual is still in much need especially for the UV Model-Painting/Material mode.

I've been using this exclusively along side of Curvy 3D. I love Silo 2 but RS is more sophisticated. Blender is fun for a challenge (from time to time) but when I want faster results and not new lessons; I break into RaySupreme first.
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WalterCool
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: September 21, 2014
It's bugged about... 6 months? No changes or updates since launch.
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NimrodX
( 1.5 hrs on record )
Posted: August 9, 2014
This thing crashes all the time maing it unusable. Should be called CrashSupreme 3D. This was a huge waste of money even though I got it on sale. The fact that it keeps crashing means that none of their supposedly cool features matter. Just get Blender; it's free, does a lot more, and isn't hard to use. Blender also supports CUDA-based GPU rendering.
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Doctor Ratchet Applejack
( 98.6 hrs on record )
Posted: August 8, 2014
It's very much like Blender, but some things r very hard 2 do. Like the paint tool or 'UV Paint' Its confusing. Also glass is a bit hard 2, Mirror yes, just not glass. (ofc y'all can but I don't quite no how 2 do it:/)

But over all it is a very good piece of software.
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DarkWolfModding
( 2.4 hrs on record )
Posted: August 6, 2014
Wasted $40. This may look like its a good program but its not. I cant even use it for 10 minutes then it crashes. It crashes using some tools too. Your better off downloading Blender 7.1 at least with blender it only crashes a couple times a week or so (Maybe 1 to 3) thats using it for hours on end every day. I havent experienced any crashes recently with blender. Blender is much more stable than this program and the best part is Blender is free.

I am not using Ray supreme until they update and fix all the glitches and bugs.
DO NOT BUY THIS BUGGY PROGRAM! GET BLENDER.

Im not one to really bash a program but this one is another story. Litteraly no joke It crashes almost every 5-10 min.

If you want to have a good program for 3D download Blender in cunjunction with 3D Coat you will have plenty of tools with those two programs together for any modeling needs. (You have to buy 3D Coat by the way)
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Antrax
( 3.1 hrs on record )
Posted: August 2, 2014
It's a pretty good program, but the text to 3d is very limited and some things such as "livingroom" which are even showcased don't work.
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Hector_campus
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 18, 2014
dont buy the steam version if you are linux user,directly doesnt work.

Avoid the point i cant run the aplication in linux,only i have try few minutes in Windows 7 version,i cant make a "objetive" opinion about the program.This program have a good look but the only true is this have many bugs ,so wait you
purchase unless all bugs are fixed.Sadly,at the moment,i dont recommended this software.

No recomiendo su compra si eres usuario de linux,directamente no funciona.

Sin tener en cuenta el hecho de que no funciona en linux, solo he probado unos escasos minutos la version de windows.No puedo hacer una opinion "objetiva" del programa.El programa en si tiene buena pinta pero lo unico cierto es que tiene muchos fallos.Asi que retrasa su compra hasta que todos los fallos sean corregidos.Desgraciadamente,por el momento,no recomiendo este software.
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TheSystemAntic
( 4.4 hrs on record )
Posted: July 13, 2014
Wait for a fix, this crashes at random. BD hire some playtesters, tried to do it myself, however it is too painful to do for free.
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71 of 98 people (72%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 28, 2013
Easier to use than Blender and a fraction on the price of Maya. Best of all, it works on Linux!
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56 of 75 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
121.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 15, 2014
For the low price it does the job required by amateurs just wanting to have a bit of fun (such as myself), but it would benefit significantly from a broader range of import and export file formats and some simple options to create animation files (avi etc) and possibly include sound (not just sequences).

I couldn't help but compare this to Bryce3D which is probably over 15 years old now but seemed to have a lot more features as well object and material libraries (it needs at least one tree, car and human object option to complete its existing object library).

If the creators include enough features I think it would significantly improve its appeal and I would pay up to $150, as this would still likely be cheaper than its competitors.

Overall its worth getting for the price
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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
Recommended
59.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 30, 2014
First off I would like to say that I have used a selection of 3d software before, I use them for my work and as a hobby...

This is a very nice application, I truly believe that it has some great potential to become even better, its not the 'best' I don't believe in best, but this is a very nice and reasonable price and it's not just another 3d modelling application, the developer(s) have gone ahead and designed a really nice set of new features using inovative technology which is specific to this software. If you'd like to learn more look up the Text-To-3D mentioned a lot on the main website and page here.

Aside from that set of Text-To-3D it has a nice selection of simple tools that will allow you to make some really nice models, whether you want to just get into making models as a hobby or if you're looking to mod a game, add items to steam workshops or use it with Unity, you can do all of that, and more...

I think that I like how simple this application is to use, its straighforward, has everything there for you in clear sight. If you're worried about paying for this when you see people saying "just use Blender, its free" give it a shot and if you're having troubel you won't regret snagging this application, its a lot easier to use, it's not the same in many ways and has unique features and Bledner does a couple of things that this doesn't however... You're capable of doing anything that you would need in regards to modelling for any game you would like to create and or any mod content you desire to make and upload to the workshops here on steam. I mention Blender as I know it will come up if you're looking into a 3d software, they both have their pros and cons but if you're looking for something simple, straight forward and easy to learn, this will be the one to pick, blender is nice, but had a steaper learning curve for sure!

Read over the features, check the site out and if you're interested, feel free to add me and ask any questions. I am a fan of this software and I will be using it to teach a couple of my close friends how to make 3d models with it because they were unable to learn Blender and the way that it worked. I personally take a lot longer to do things in Blender than in this too, and Iuse Maya professionally for work. I would happily and may very well incorporate RaySupreme 3D into my workflow for low to medium poly game assets. I very much look forward to seeing where this software goes, I would definitely say that this software is worth a serious look for any amateur or newcomer to the 3d world and even people a little more versed with 3d, it's fund to use.

I apologise to the devs for mentioning Blender in this review...


Kind Regards,
Patrick Griffiths


.::Edit::.
I am currently recording a set of video tutorials on using this software for making game assets and will work on making a bonus video on importing them to certain games workshops here on steam.

Playlist Link:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMOfDUrmtBQsH4JgIpN38KaXj1-W_qK_i
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12 of 14 people (86%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 21, 2014
It's bugged about... 6 months? No changes or updates since launch.
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13 of 17 people (76%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 9, 2014
This thing crashes all the time maing it unusable. Should be called CrashSupreme 3D. This was a huge waste of money even though I got it on sale. The fact that it keeps crashing means that none of their supposedly cool features matter. Just get Blender; it's free, does a lot more, and isn't hard to use. Blender also supports CUDA-based GPU rendering.
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9 of 12 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 18, 2014
dont buy the steam version if you are linux user,directly doesnt work.

Avoid the point i cant run the aplication in linux,only i have try few minutes in Windows 7 version,i cant make a "objetive" opinion about the program.This program have a good look but the only true is this have many bugs ,so wait you
purchase unless all bugs are fixed.Sadly,at the moment,i dont recommended this software.

No recomiendo su compra si eres usuario de linux,directamente no funciona.

Sin tener en cuenta el hecho de que no funciona en linux, solo he probado unos escasos minutos la version de windows.No puedo hacer una opinion "objetiva" del programa.El programa en si tiene buena pinta pero lo unico cierto es que tiene muchos fallos.Asi que retrasa su compra hasta que todos los fallos sean corregidos.Desgraciadamente,por el momento,no recomiendo este software.
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10 of 14 people (71%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 6, 2014
Wasted $40. This may look like its a good program but its not. I cant even use it for 10 minutes then it crashes. It crashes using some tools too. Your better off downloading Blender 7.1 at least with blender it only crashes a couple times a week or so (Maybe 1 to 3) thats using it for hours on end every day. I havent experienced any crashes recently with blender. Blender is much more stable than this program and the best part is Blender is free.

I am not using Ray supreme until they update and fix all the glitches and bugs.
DO NOT BUY THIS BUGGY PROGRAM! GET BLENDER.

Im not one to really bash a program but this one is another story. Litteraly no joke It crashes almost every 5-10 min.

If you want to have a good program for 3D download Blender in cunjunction with 3D Coat you will have plenty of tools with those two programs together for any modeling needs. (You have to buy 3D Coat by the way)
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 23, 2014
Though I'm starting with 3D modelling, it's said that RaySupreme is far easier than Blender - this is not true!

Explorting to .OBJ is supported BUT you do have to make the object editable. While exporting, ANY material added to the mesh IS NOT saved to the OBJ.
Exporting to FBX kinda fives the same problem as described above aside from only a color being saved and not the material. With that, importing the FBX into Blender it's enlarged by a factor 25. Importing the FBX into Unity3D is totally not showing a single thing.

An other extremely annoying thing is the constant crashing when editing/deleting stuff withing the program. Means that you either have o save much & save often OR loose all work in progress.

IMO save your money and grab Blender. That's a 100% discount compared to RaySupreme and at least everything is working as it should.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
107.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 10, 2014
Pros and Cons

+ Array modeling is RaySupreme's strong point as long as a minimum of 4 instances occur. The array tool in RaySupreme is better than many other low cost and free options.
+ UV options are more extensive than I expected
+ The nodal options and text options can increase speed if utilized
+ The included downloadable materials are appreciated and helpful
+ a variety of stone materials are available after download
+ path animation is present for objects

- Modeling a single object is not RaySupreme's strong point as doing so is slower than other options available
- many metals like bronze and silver are not present
- path animation does not work for cameras(At least I haven't figured out how yet.)
- no updates to the program itself, as it is being rewritten as an html 5 app
- camera options are severely limited... I can't find a way to create a 2nd or 3rd camera... it has free and fixed.. but rendering these frames through this camera, and these frames through another camera... not going to happen unless an update changes things


Still to test

~ Material grouping for Substance Designer... if RaySupreme can do this, then I could go directly from RaySupreme to Substance Designer as I can with Wings3D
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 15, 2014
So, previous version was a little rocky in terms of stability on Linux. It's been ok, but has crashed and not quite worked for me and maybe others?

So 1.6 came along and you can tell the developers have been working hard. They've clearly listened to users, even us Linux users. The UI looks much better and the application feels more stable.

So for a reasonable priced 3D application, it's good. There are some improvements to be added, but they are catching up on decades of mature 3D applications.

If you are a 3D expert, not sure what this will give you over what you have already. Maybe download a demo and find out, it could surpise you. If you want to get into 3D, this isn't a bad choice and you don't have the steep learning curve of say Blender.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 8, 2014
It's an Great Software, but also Hard to use it! 7/10!
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 13, 2014
Wait for a fix, this crashes at random. BD hire some playtesters, tried to do it myself, however it is too painful to do for free.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 3, 2014
This program is an impossible to use laggy mess
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
76.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 9, 2014
RaySupreme aims for Silo 2's clean and simple interface approach and expands it with animation, texture painting, Scripting, and NODEs..

Vertice, Face, and Edge selection modes are always listed at the top center of the interface for easy access and above each viewport are the options to work with your models while wireframe only, solid, textured, etc.

Along the left hand side of the interface your basic tools are listed and change in context to which ever mode you are currently working in. More elaborate tools are found under an explorer list on the right hand side.
Most of the sections can be moved around and sized to your preference; accommodating the task you will be using the most.

But most impressive are the tool tips. Every feature, tool and option is defined with a comprehensive explanation either in the explorer window or at the bottom of the screen (Help option in the menu reveals some guides as well).
The elaborate help system makes RaySupreme a meaty animator, painter and modeler for those new and learning.

Also added are Node Graphs and a Scripting section making the small $50 price tag as astonishing as Blender's free offering. As with all premium software, however, RaySupereme streamlines and simplifies the modeling and animation process for those not experienced enough to begin tackling the steep learning curve demanded by Blender.

For long-time hobbyists, RaySupreme is a cheap and fun suite to try out and play around in.

For those beginning to learn 3D modeling and animation; RaySupreme is a MUST have!

Edit 18th Oct 2014 - 16 Hours Invested

I’ve been using RaySupreme for close to twenty hours now and have some more to boast!


-The only two faults that I am finding right now is that obj files are saving without the extension. I’ve had to meddle a bit to tweak the obj exports to get them to import elsewhere and I wonder if having to manual tack on the ‘.obj’ to the file might be what is confusing the other apps.

-If still updating would also like to see real-time symmetry. As of now I just have to wait until one side is modelled, clip the other and then mirror the finished side.

-Secondly an autosave feature would be brilliant. Like some of my other modelling apps RS does go unstable after about ten mins of use. I get a warning cursor swirling (modern hourglass) for a second or two about sixty seconds before it’s going to take a dive.

-Once again, however, touching more on the clean interface I think it’s a great asset given description to most tools but also the GUI interface makes it easy to tell what I’m doing; visual features often left out of other programs such as editor axis handles lighting up when my cursor is over them so I know If I click in that spot I will get a true hold on the axis handle. Manipulation is polished as well ie; hiding backfaces actually ensures that I don’t accidentally select any by mistake. In some other proggies hiding backfaces only reduces the chance of selection error.

-Finally although most is well-explained in context sensistive tool tips a manual is still in much need especially for the UV Model-Painting/Material mode.

I've been using this exclusively along side of Curvy 3D. I love Silo 2 but RS is more sophisticated. Blender is fun for a challenge (from time to time) but when I want faster results and not new lessons; I break into RaySupreme first.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 2, 2014
It's a pretty good program, but the text to 3d is very limited and some things such as "livingroom" which are even showcased don't work.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
98.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 8, 2014
It's very much like Blender, but some things r very hard 2 do. Like the paint tool or 'UV Paint' Its confusing. Also glass is a bit hard 2, Mirror yes, just not glass. (ofc y'all can but I don't quite no how 2 do it:/)

But over all it is a very good piece of software.
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3 of 7 people (43%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 16, 2014
0/10 Haven't seen such a bad 3D modeling program in a while. Doesn't even start it crashes instantly. Bad support which is not responding
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2 of 5 people (40%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 14, 2014
Avoid at all costs laggy and keeps crashing just get blender for free instead
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1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2014
So I got this program so I can 3D model and continue what I learned my High School, but after 2 years and trying to understand it and use it to make some weaponary or characters. But trying to download EVERYTHING for this program has 1 taken longer a hour for 1 file to be downloaded plus freezes the program causing it to crash. From my experience with this program. This is not worth $40 AT ALL. I give this program a 0/10 because no shapes, materials, any of the sort is given when you first install the program. Just go to the Popular ones and make yourself a student so you may use it.
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1 of 4 people (25%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 30, 2014
i found this program to buggy as hell, certently not the software i will be using to create models for games. switching back to original software that i used. its low priced for a reason
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