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Is there a program to generate a "anime" like 3d model? id like to use one for animation practice, but I don't have time to create one from scratch, nor do I want to go and use someone elses work. Some help would be great.
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Generating is almost the same as using someone elses. Just find a model with creative commons license and dont sell whatever you do with it.
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Yeah using a mesh generated by someone else's program IS using someone else's work.
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when people watch animation, they would rather see a common rigged character since they know what the rig is capable of and it helps them not be distracted by the model.

(not talking about finished projects) but when you are practicing
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>>504429

unity store has some anime models. The person who did yandere simulator just brought models of unity store.
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>>504434
Yeah thinking about it now, this became clearer to me
>>504438
That actualy doesnt suprise me at all



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