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What progam do people use to make these type of images...

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(its the two images in the first post)

Im doing DT (design technology) for A level, and i just thought it would give my design sheets a 'profesional' look to them.
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I'm guessing, but these are the programs i would use:

for the skeleton drawing, i would use illustrator or autocad

and for the colour render, either illustrator or some 3d rendering program..
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Most pictures like that are done with Illustrator or Photoshop.

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thanks for the help. :-)
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Photoshop is the word...
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there is also other 3d progs that they use, 3dsmax,blender, maya etc.

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