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(this is my firt time visiting this board, I don't know if i am breaking any rule with this thread)

I'm a 2D digital artist that wants to start modeling in 3D. Is there any good ways to learn how to model? Wich software should i use? What should i study? Keep in mind that i am a absolute beginner, although i have a good knowledge about art fundies like perspective, rendering and etcetera.
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It all depends on what you want, if you want work in 3d you should learn autodesk's 3dmax or maya. Blender is a free software and it's good for freelancers and hobbyist, but in the end it does not matter what software you use. They are alot of video on youtube that can get you started no matter the software.
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If you are an absolute beginner here is some theory to watch that explains concepts simply. Watch all of these (start from last to first "the polygon")
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https://vimeo.com/user904568




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