I am completely new to Blender and I’m loving it. I have started with some simple tutorials on YouTube to get to know the program a bit.
However, I have been working with Wings 3D for a couple of years, making timber framing models and I find Wings a lot easier for these sort of things, at least thus far. Wings lets you eaily measure lengths/distances and type in how far I want to extrude or drag a certain section which lets me make timber joinery quite fast. I also find it easier to navigate the view in Wings which also makes the process a lot easier. Perhaps it’s just me being a “newborn” in Blender and not yet knowing how to do these things quickly that is the problem and over time I might learn that it’s just as easy to do them in Blender, but for now I would like to be able to import files from Wings into Blender so I can do all the fancy stuff that I now feel that I want to do with the model I’ve made. Adding materials, textures, lighting etc. and make really nice pictures of the houses I create.
So (sorry for my long introduction) here’s my question - is there a way to import models from Wings into Blender? Or are these two programs incompatible? And please remember that I am completely new to all this and I don’t consider myself to be well versed in computer language so please explain it in detail if possible I am really looking forward to get going with my 3D timber joinery and I hope someone here are willing to help me
Thanks in advance!