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Does anyone know what software Nicholas Fedorov uses to make his animations, and is there a free version I can use to make my own that is compatible on Windows 10?
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>>570538
you can do this shit with any of them just about. just get maya
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Yeah I know
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>>570538
If your looking for something free blender is a great choice. But as stated >you can do this shit with any of them
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>>570538
Yeah pretty much every 3D software can get that old CG look with it's lowest settings. The Ratboy Genuis guy uses Blender and gets similar results. I like to think they all use Blender and this stuff is a joke on how hard it is to rig shit with it.
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>>570538
I think I've read that he used actually ancient software, recorded in VHS and then ripped it to digital
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>>570591
>it's hard to rig in blender

u wot m8
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>>570538
I know he uses/used (not entirely sure what happened to him) 3DSmax. Not at all required though, probably just a matter of getting it to look right.

>>570596
Definitely put on VHS then back to digital, and a couple of the transitions seem so kitschy I can only guess he used something like Video Toaster or spent a lot of time recreating them.
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>>570538
>Nicholas Fedorov
He's dead
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIYa4m29OsmlFLrRhcZirUg/videos
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>>572492
Look at the pastebin on his about page, he had some sort of an epiphany or conniption and dropped his social media.




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