Hello to the people on here!

Discussion started by nicolajlarsen143

Im not really planning on doing 3d work myself, for now that is, but I am fascinated with 3d and how people can do it, mostly to put in reasons are some game types like simulation games with content that can be created from user's or similar, I where mostly hoping to be getting a bit guiding around here, to be not doing things wrong to many time's, my main program perhaps would be blender since its so open and flexible, its also more easy on my computer, but if people here could help me to be in the right direction's on how to do this and that, would be something.

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Posted about 2 months ago
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Hey
Starting from zero you should check this guy out.
https://www.youtube.com/c/GrantAbbitt
He covers all the bases for beginners and will get you modeling pretty quickly.
Things to avoid, getting carried away. Start small and work your way up and try to
stay focused on one thing at a time. There are many facets to modeling and it is tempting
to try learning them all at once.
If you take Andrew Prices donut tutorial, don't upload the donut.
Tutorials are for learning. If I see a donut or an anvil in your store I am going to think you are still a rookie.
Hope this helps,
3d modeling is next level art. It's so amazing to be able to "draw" a picture that can be viewed from every angle.
So satisfying to be able to recreate a real world object that once rendered can't be distinguished from the real thing.
I started in 2011 with google sketchup then moved up to Blender about four years ago. So I've been at this over ten years and I'm still learning new things all the time and it just gets better and more fun.

nicolajlarsen143 wrote
im not thinking on it directly at the moment, but I have blender laying on my computer when it can possibly happen, do you know which section to ask after people and similar on here?
Posted about 2 months ago
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For advice I guess this section (general discussions) is the best place.

nicolajlarsen143 wrote
Hmm, was thinking that at first, for like peole who'd perhaps help on some group situation, not all of us are familiar with blender, so I thought on getting some people around to it.
Posted about 2 months ago
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Yeah, dunno about group stuff. People here don't mind a little advice here and there, but for the most part everyone is busy stocking their stores and trying to earn a living. You might try Blender Artists. They have a good community and forums. https://blenderartists.org/
they also have a job board, you could probably find some like minded people there.

nicolajlarsen143 wrote
Hmm, knew somebody here had a better answer around it. but will give that place a shot.
nicolajlarsen143 wrote
Hmm, knew somebody here had a better answer around it. but will give that place a shot. i was sitting for some time scratching my head where to go about.
Posted about 2 months ago
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Hey nicolajlarsen143,

Welcome to CGTrader! I'm sorta on the same boat as well - currently being a first time seller and buyer within the 3D space. So far with the journey, its been a fun experience and to hope keep growing and learning, I hope the same goes for you on your journey! Never give up! I don't have much areas/tutorials to recommend but from what I read ricomcarlos has some awesome ideas and hope that helps out - Just do the best you can and don't get overwhelmed - start small!

Posted about 2 months ago
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Can't recommend enough Arrimus 3D's channel on YouTube! He has a lot of blender tuts on there now! Take a look......personally I've learned so much from this guy!

Posted about 2 months ago
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I am also starting with blender and there is so much material here that it helps a lot to see how others have solved their models
I learn a lot, thanks to everyone who shares their models
Greetings, Marce

Posted about 1 month ago
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first I recommend you to be patient cause 3d art had too much aspects second don’t try to learn all at one time it will make you confused

Posted about 1 month ago
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You can use youtube. I learned from youtube by myself. You can learn everything from internet.

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