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Andrew is back, and this time, he brought some big tips to help you on your meme renders. And some useful stuff to use too.


One thing i found great on the video is that he made Poliigon material converters for most big software like Blender and Maya for helping out with using his textures, which will only help the doughnut and anvil empire grow stronger.


>Anyways here is video

https://www.youtube.com/watchv=Or9bMxAuICc
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>>617276
damn autode$k kill squad got him already
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5 bucks he got this idea from that Redditor who is recreating movie scenes in Blender. I don't have a problem with that, it's actually great.
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>blender shill guru
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>>617276

he does good..
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>>617351
Redditors are too stupid to use Blender. Remember, they are only marginally more competent than /3/.
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>doesn't know about shear transform
Guru, huh?




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