Wings 3D is a free and open source subdivision modeler application for Linux, MaxOS and Windows. You can use it to create, model, and text 3D polygonal models. You can use AutoUV to add textures to your model. Comes with common tools such as sweep, plane cut, round, intersect, bend, shear, insert, scale, rotate, extrude, bevel, bridge, cut, weld and more. Supports symmetric modeling and virtual mirrors for magnet and magnet masking.
Install Wings 3D on Ubuntu
Wings 3D can be installed using native installer scripts and flat pack packages. Go to the download link below and download the file to your Downloads folder. The file iswings-2.2.5-linux.bzip2.run“The following commands can be modified based on the downloaded file name.
Open a terminal (ctrl + alt + t) and execute the following commands one by one.
sudo chmod +x ~ wings-2.2.5-linux.bzip2.run
Install Wings 3D via Flatpak.
First, install and configure the Flat Pack and Flat Hub on your system. Follow the tutorial below.
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Then reboot the system and run this command in terminal (ctrl + alt + t ).
flatpak install flathub com.wings3d.WINGS
Then use this command to run Wings 3D.
flatpak run com.wings3d.WINGS
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