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Free Serial Number of Hexagon 2.5 for Windows & Mac

Posted In Graphic, OS X - By Techtiplib on Saturday, February 4th, 2012 With No Comments »

Hexagon delivers all the tools a graphic artist needs to create detailed 3D models ready for final render. Packed with features such as; DAZ Studio Bridge, sculpted primitives, freehand modeling brushes, micro-displacement modeling tools, comprehensive UV-mapping modules, advanced 3D paint, and instant ambient occlusion. Hexagon provides you with all the options of expensive competitor software, but at an affordable price.

Free Serial Number of Hexagon 2.5 for Windows & Mac

New in version 2.5!

  • DAZ Studio Bridge
    Import models from DAZ Studio, modify them and export right back to DAZ Studio – Windows Only. Mac Users will be notified when this feature is tested, optimized, and available.
  • Sculpted Primitives
    Save special primitive models in TGA format to load into Second Life Sculpted Prims Video on YouTube
  • Free Tessellation tool
    • Tessellate directly on the surface of a polygon, or from edge to edge
  • Enhanced Tree viewUser defined tablet settings can be saved and reused in later sessions
    • Now includes multi-select
    • Easy drag ‘n drop ordering
    • Quickly search elements by name
  • Improved control over texture image maps when importing and exporting from and to OBJ’s
  • Updated Documentation
  • Enhanced Menu, Docking, Collapsing, & Text Tool User Interfaces
  • Bump maps are now stored as 16 bit grayscale TIFF images
  • Brush Modeling
    • Freehand modeling tools
    • Displacement Modeling
    • Bump Map Painting
    • ….

To get the serial number, go to the Promo Page of Hexagon 2.5, and click the “add to cart” button. Then follow on-screeninstructions to get your full version serial number / License code.

The giveaway is valid till 02/29/2012.

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