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I need to create a design mockup something very similar to this: example iamge

However, I don't have weeks to learn AutoCAD or 3dsmax or Sketchup (time consuming). Is there any easier solution? I've heard that Adobe Fireworks can be used for these type of design mockups?

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I doubt you'll find anything easier than Sketchup. That's quite a complex scene. –  ChrisF Mar 19 '11 at 18:52
    
Does it need to be actual 3D, viewable from multiple angles? Or just a single angle? I've dabbled in 3D and I honestly had the easiest time learning POV-ray, which renders based on a text file (example: box { <0,0,0>,<5,5,5> texture {T_Wood1}}... 5 unit wooden cube). It works if you have a certain kind of mindset that's suited for programming and text-based stuff. If you've ever worked in CSS, or played with rainmeter, or written javascript, you can learn 3D this way. –  CreeDorofl Mar 19 '11 at 19:27
    
Yes! That was nice and simple (well, I'm quite used to C, Java, programming so it was easy to learn. Thank you! Too bad I can't choose a comment as the right answer. –  Amandeep Grewal Mar 20 '11 at 2:24

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3DVIA also has something, but I don't know if it is any less time consuming than Sketchup.

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