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What's the cheapest or smallest build for modeling in blender?

Take in mind that I plan on sending the rendering to a farm.

I want something very small (roughly 11" or 1200 X 800 px)

Most models do not need much detail something like pic related in a toon style.

inb4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPwdia3gAnk

blenderfag

Thank you in advance for having a civil discussion.
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>>605344
Minimum (basic usage) hardware
32-bit dual core 2Ghz CPU with SSE2 support.
2 GB RAM
24 bits 1280×768 display
Mouse or trackpad
OpenGL 2.1 compatible graphics with 512 MB RAM
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>>605344
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KMZ4HF6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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>>605345
I once box modelled an anime girl on an intel atom with 1gb of ram and no gpu, so i suppose that's not the minimum lowest
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>>605351
How long did it take, and did it lag?
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I had to model on my craptop when my main pc Mobo got fried, you can basically model anything so long as the polycount ain't too high, and rendering etc will be slow as a two legged mule
You can basically model and texture on a shit pc but rendering animation etc get a bit too time consuming and annoying
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Also don't hire a render farm, a shit pc can do it too but it will only take long
Since you wanted a single image it's okay render farms are suitable for more heavy work like long animation etc




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