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10 Best Sites made using 3D Software

Though websites made using any 3D Software may become heavier but it must have an awesome look. Nice effects over it by using Flash may increase its decency. Here we have collected 10 awesome and beautiful Website, these are made using 3D Software like 3D Studio Max, Maya 3D, Blender 3D, Bryce 3D, Lightwave 3D etc. Flash also used to make these site. So you will really like to Bookmark these 10 Best sites.

1. I Want Candy – Hop:

I Want Candy
I Want Candy

2. Saizenmedia – Fubon:

Saizenmedia
Saizenmedia

3. Prismgirl:

Prismgirl
Prismgirl

4. Benfaragau:

Benfaragau
Benfaragau

5. Biliouris – Avles:

Biliouris
Biliouris

6. PNC:

PNC
PNC

7. Michaelewing – 100 Best Fims:

Michaelewing - 100 Best Fims
Michaelewing – 100 Best Fims

8. Immersive Garden:

Immersive Garden
Immersive Garden

9. Porliniers:

Porliniers
Porliniers

10. Play Media:

Play Media
Play Media

About Mehreen Ali

A Graphic/Web designer, serving in this field since 2009. She is a professional currently working in a local Software House.

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One comment

  1. Hi Mehreen,
    What a beautiful and inspiring collection! I really like the Saizenmedia – Fubon for the intense feel it provides. I suggest everyone to actually visit the website to get a feel of the graphics and the soothing music they got in the background. It’s really a unique experience and I do want to take this opportunity to congratulate the developers of the Saizenmedia on their achievement of such a successful impression! I do understand what it takes to create such a design as I design graphics myself.

    When I read the title of the article, it said “10 Best Sites made using 3D Software”. The very mention of “using 3D Software” made me think that you are in fact, even disclosing the software that was used to create the websites listed above and hence, I read through the article. But I did not find any mention of the actual software that was used.

    There are a lot of choices when it comes to using 3D software, so I really believe that a mention of the related software would have given some pointers in the right direction and people who feel like experimenting, can get their hands dirty with the software trying to recreate the effect in a creative way.

    I hope you got my drift and if you actually know the exact softwares that were used in the creation, please list it out as well. That would be of great help.

    Thank you.

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