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how did you learn to do 3d?
im thinking about taking a udemy course.
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Youtube tutorials and Google.
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i bought the course.
I think its worth it.
it was only $10
youtube videos are too scattered. This goes from A to Z.
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>>695692
I also learned from a udemy course. It was the Learn 3D Animation - The Ultimate Blender Guide course. Pretty good, taught me all the basics over the course of about 2-3 weeks of straight grinding and I just use the Stack Exchange for anything that I don’t know.
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>>695692
>how did you learn to do 3d?
Well I started many years ago, and the only tool I had was blender because it was free. So I started with that. It was only until I went to college that I learnt Max and Maya. However I got to say, more of it all was self taught than anything. Sure I did a few udemy courses. But it was just practice and time.
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pirated shit ton of paid tutorials and watched them on repeat
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>>696238
>pirated shit ton of paid tutorials and watched them on repeat
Recommendations of what courses to watch for sculpting and blender?
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Currently going to school for it, but honestly I could have learned everything from vids and paid tutorials. School has been a great way to keep me focused and motivated though so maybe check out some coursera 3d stuff too. (I've done a few of those too).
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>>696759
https://gumroad.com/simonfuchs
https://gumroad.com/l/ghkL
https://www.coursera.org/learn/3d-game-prop-production

Here's some things I would recommend checking out. I have most of this and they have all really helped me out. I guess it really depends on what you want to learn but either way, hope it helps m8.
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>>695692
3 years of college. It was fun, but from where I was they just taught the groundwork, basic requirement stuff. It was mainly socializing and connections building aside from that. 90% of the shit you absolutely need to know, comes from the out-of-the-fuckin-pan-into-the-shitting-fire experience of "holy shit I finally got a job and titty fuckin christ I want to keep my job please don't fucking fire me"
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>>695692
Sculpt 3D and Videoscape
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>>695712
I just bought it thanks guys for letting me know it was on sale
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>>696908
It's always "on sale".
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>>695692
became a graphic artist for a runescape private server then learned basic 3D from one of the modelers on the team. Then took game art at college then university. Now just youtube tutorials.
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>>695712

Which course.
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>>695692
I don't even remember. It's been so long ago.
To quote a great man
"JUST DO IT".

Pretty sure I just fucked around. I'd have a plan in mind with what I wanted to make, got as far as I could take it on my own, then looked up specific shit to solve the problems I had.
Been doing that shit since 2007 and it's worked pretty well. Granted I'm not in the /3/ industry since I majored in something different (still art related), but I still use 3d heavily in my work and make bank doing freelance shit on the side.
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>>696908
udemy courses are always on sale. If you want good courses check out gnomon or flippednormals even



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