Fully featured for $250 a year and you can earn up to 100k. You do have $250 right blendlets.
>>691742how will they make that much when their shitty games get pirated anyway
Now pajeets and chinks destroy west 3D marketBTFO western /3/ houdini
>>691742> You do have $250 right blendletsHahahahahahaha, of course we don't have that kind of money!
>>691742I don't give a shit about the muh blender debates, I just wish Autodesk would finally use their trillions of dollars to add some fucking noteworthy features to Max and Maya. The 2020 roadmap looks depressing.
>>691742YES!!!Wait, i already pirate it.Nevermind.
>>691742You know what? Don´t even bother.
tbqh i dont think i could earn $250 from it per yearfeels bad bruh
>>691789You obviously live a country that doesn't matter.
>>691809Which is good, we can pirate all we want.
Just know that after one year you'll have to renew at full price. But this is good, because it means that Autodesk is confident that you'll be making more than 100k after twelve months of hard work with their software.
>>691817Autodesk is really dragging their heels on making a true indie licence. They are making steps in the right direction but at a glacier's pace. Not a very forward thinking company. If they don't start making some bold moves Houdini will put them in the grave.
>>691817It's a given with Autodesk products.
>>691742still not cheap enough
>>691825Yes it is cheap you fucking basement dweller
>>691742well I've been p i r a t i n g for years, but as soon as I need to format and reinstall I'll buy that shit in a hearbeat!
>>691742When you say fully featured do you mean like fully featured? I can render and create cool ass effects and shit in Maya for $250 a year?Like maya ultimate for $250?I'm sceptical but very very interested. Is this gonna be like a cute 15 year old girl with daddy issues begging me to bone her, but as soon as I say "OK". Here come the cops screaming at me that I can't do that without paying a fine.
Why would you care about plebs and fuck with your prices if you are THE industry standard?This is rather pathetic.
>>691872They're feeling the pressure for sure. Blender and Houdini are especially killing it, but other software like Katana and Moi3d are drawing users away from these generalist packages as well.Autodesk also wants pirates and "eternal students" to come clean and start paying for their software.
>>691829no you won't
>>691872because they won't be industry standard for long.
>>691853Yes the whole package. Just as soon as you subscribe unsubscribe as you will pay the full price next year unless you do.
>>691891found another one
>>691742if i buy two of these for $500 can i earn 200k?
>>691951yes yes but go for 1000 then you will become industry leader!