Okay flamers, there is a “Rosetta Stone” website for programming languages, describing how to implement many algorithms across them.My question is, is there something similar for 3D suites? Not necessarily a site; perhaps a compilation of infographics, etc.
>"To learn 3D you must first learn 2D"~confucious
I don’t use any algorithms when I 3D.Are you drunk ?
>>603989I don't know if there's such a website, other than Stack Exchange (in a way, but that's not what you mean) but it's a bit irrelevant?Once you get good enough with whatever 3d software you like, you can literally watch someone else do something in their program and translate it.You might have to google a particular specific thing (like say a particular modifier) to understand exactly what it's doing, but that's not a common occurrence.
>>603990>"To learn 2D, you must first learn 1D"~Shitlord
>>603989I dont think there is a 3d equivalent to the arch wiki
>>604061>he can't draw a dot
>>604061That's sort of true actually. You have to have good linework for drawing.
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