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Hey guys, oldfag /b/tard here, its my first time posting on this board, i did 3d modelling last year at uni, and this year im on motion graphics, my plan is to make an ident of rigged construction machines doing various things, the problem is i dont really have time to build all the various machinery from blueprints, and id rather not have to spend a fortune on turbosquid

are there any good torrent trackers you all use ???
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you could try Blendswap. Plenty of sites that offer free models
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>>562173
You could make one of these every week if you put some effort in
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You can use the Sketchup 3D Warehouse, obviously as free user-submitted models there's varying quality but some of them are nicely made. You can either get them in .skp format or most will have an option for .obj format too which should import well into 3Ds Max or Blender.
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>>562219
sorry, correction, they have option for Collada format (.dae) but you can get sketchup pro and export other filetypes.




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