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#122

Thank you for the quick response Kanga. I’ll be ordering my Wacom soon. One side question. With going back to school for graphic design, I will have the following available to me. PC, Graphics Tablet and CS6. Are there any other tools/programs that will help or be necessary? My main focus will be photo manipulation initially (for book covers, websites etc). I’m hoping to branch out into doing more creative art from scratch, but need somewhere to start. :slight_smile:

Thanks again everyone. :slight_smile:


#123

You can access a host of free 3D tutorials at 3DTotal and loads of 2D content on their new 2D website LayerPaint

You can also get FREE textures from 3DTotal here AND FREE custom brushes from LayerPaint here

Loads of useful stuff!


#124

http://www.krita.org/


#125

My animation, drawings, sequential artworks & ramblings!


#126

Thanks again for posting the information, I’ve been looking for online school but it’s very expensive n so I’m trying to learn by myself. I hope someday I’ll join a online school n get a degree… I’m basically interested in 3d modelling (architecture). Once I start I’ll definitely put my work so that I can learn more.

Thanks again


#127

Free Apps I don’t think linked yet?

3D MODELING:
3DCrafter - http://amabilis.com/
Free Demo
Plus - $34.95
Pro - $69.95

IMAGE/PHOTO EDITORS:
PhotoFiltre - http://photofiltre.free.fr/frames_en.htm

SPECIALIST APPS:
DAZ3D - https://www.daz3d.com/get_studio

MapZone - http://www.mapzoneeditor.com/?PAGE=HOME
[Procedural Texturing]

POV-Ray - http://www.povray.org/
[Ray tracing]

UVMapper Classic - http://www.uvmapper.com/
Free Demo
Pro - $29.95
Full - $59.95

Cheers :wink:


#128

Thanks for the sharing.
Great to find this thread.
Very useful information you have shared.


#129

There are many open source middleware solutions available, but very few currently used too develop paid or free interactive projects ported to the online app stores, so to my knowledge this is just a personal selection devs have utilised, recently.

FREE GAME ENGINES:
BGE [Blender Game Engine]
Torque-3d
Godot
Cocos2d
Monogame
Phaser
Kiwijs
Threejs

Cheers :wink:


#130

I would like to share with you a lesson showing how to bring and setup a 3d model in unreal engine 4. Hope you like.

//youtu.be/WtqRf_7RyUw


#131

The free 2D animation software I recommended (Page 1) has moved. The original link is dead.
The new one is: http://www.pencil2d.org/


#132

Have someone use programming live channels for studying? On such source https://www.livecoding.tv/


#133

If you are looking for a job through NTS, you can be sure of the various criteria required. The criteria for any post of NTS consists of:
How to Pass Your NTS Test in Few Days
1: English – a compulsory subject for all NTS tests.
2: Analytical reasoning – Almost all tests will contain this portion.
3: Quantitative analysis – This one is also a requisite portion for almost all tests.
4: General Knowledge/Current Affair – is a not a pre-requisite in all tests presented by NTS.
Before applying for any test to obtain a job, you should study the syllabus first. If there is no defined syllabus, then the test will normally contain the first three requisites of the given criteria.


#134

cool thanks for the thread


#135

Pretty useful info. thanks


#136

I’ve recently started a Youtube series to show my process of building a full model of a WW2 armoured car. Trying to release a new video each week if anyone wants to follow along http://www.chrisburns.com.au/sd-kfz-222/


#137

Nice! Thanks for the hot tips!


#138

Hi!

You can find many free Marvelous Designer feature tutorials, tips, and articles I made here:
https://CGElves.com/MDtuts/


#139

useful info. thanks.
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#140

Thanks for sharing this topic. Free learning is a best way to improve our knowledge.

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#141

Not sure, but saw no mention of Pixlr and Google Web Designer for 2d and Asymetrix 3D F/X, a very old one but may be found if you look hard enough…