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    I'm usually using Cinema4D

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    I feel that Blender doesnt get the respect it deserves for open source software, the learning curve may be steep, but it can do anything the more established brands can do.

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    Strata Foto 3D CX
    You can use a digital camera or any phone camera to capture real-world objects as fully textured 3D models. Its ideal for difficult to model objects like organic shapes, soft forms and hand made items. The included Photoshop plug-in makes model creation even easier. Foto 3D models are ideal for developing packaging, games, illustrations, online catalogs and more.

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    if you go penguin ayam and k-3d.

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    Photoshop and Illustrator's built in 3D, unless it needs to be photorealistic in which case Cinema4D or 3ds Max.

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    3ds max for sure.
    my hubby always use it for modelling... :)

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    modo used to have a pack kit where you stick the panels together.
    Anyway learning 3d takes time, so get esko studio if you can't be bothered.

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    Modo Packit is the best

    hxxps://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/kits/pack/

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    Best Software for Product Modelling

    Best Software for Product Modelling is Modo and specially its Packaging kit.

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    im using rhino and 3dmax + vray, it's good in material render

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    You can model such a things in any mayor 3d software. 3ds max, maya, softimage, cinema 4d, houdini, zbrush, mudbox, moi, rhino, lightwave, 3d coat. Cool free alternatives are blender and sketchup.
    For rendering check out Corona Renderer for 3ds max. It has very fast and accurate rendering. Keyshot is also very fast and easy to use.

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    Well the best would be Modo, especially since it has Packaging design kit, the easiest to start would be Rhino + KeyShot

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    Simple prototyping Illustrator and Photoshop but anything more complex I'd suggest Cinema4D or 3ds Max. I have a friend who does a ton with the latter two programs and the results are outstanding.

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    Start to Blender

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