Modellign program for a kid?So I have a nephew who is always really interested in my work, but his mum and dad are just total computer illiterate. I don't live close enough or have enough free time to teach him but I was wondering what you guys would suggest I could buy him so that he would be able to teach himself but also have fun learning it?I know its a weird question. Oh he is 10. I was thinking skechup and maybe something like unreal or lumion, so he can play with landscapes too. Something with a good content library would be preferable so he doesn't have to go hunting for models and simple textures everywhere.
>>525418blender is kid friendly, the kid learns the ui very easily compared to anyone that has previous experience.
>>525418children learn surprisingly fast, dont gimp him with blender. put him into maya straight away and show how to make a box, tell him to make "minecraft" by moving boxes, teach him to snap to grid, then how to make it colored etc etcthats how im teaching my wifes son atm
>>525482Thanks I will do this. Cuck
I would suggest something like sculptris.
>>525482'don't gimp him with blender' isn't a thing. Blender is just as valid a choice as Maya; with a more helpful online community, more functionality and a way better model - open source.
>>525593You shouldn't start with sculpting unless you're a traditional sculptor. I doubt that this kid is