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    Quote Originally Posted by Thestory View Post
    Don't forget all the modelers out there. Plus basic 3D does wonders for more 2D mediums if you know how to paint over it. There are Maya, 3DSMax, Z-brush, and Mudbox.
    AND BLENDER!!!

    Not always the easiest to use and it's kinda under renovations right now as it were, but it is fully capable of EVERYTHING that pro commercial programs can do.

    also omfg i didn't know there was a tegaki messenger i gotta get ON that shit

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    Added Maya, 3dsMax, ZBrush, Mudbox, and Blender in a new "3D" category.

    Keep 'em comin'!

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    Forgot to mention SketchBookPro and CorelPainter. Also some good programs for painting.

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    Really loving this thread, Demu. Lots of great resources. List looks great! I recognize a lot but there are some that I might dabble in. Very good idea for a thread c:

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    For 3D you can add the following programs:

    -SoftImage (one of the more popular ones used in the game industry, though Maya is most popular as far as I know! http://www.autodesk.com/softimage)
    -Lightwave (https://www.lightwave3d.com/)
    -Marmoset (http://www.marmoset.co/)
    -Unreal Development Kit (http://www.unrealengine.com/udk/)
    -Unity (http://unity3d.com/)
    -CrazyBump (not sure if it counts - basically it's a program that makes bump maps/normal maps off existing textures for your models, and allows you to tweak just how much depth there is, and which direction, how hard/soft, etc. http://www.crazybump.com/ )
    -xNormal (sort of like CrazyBump, with AO/Displacement maps as well and such. http://www.xnormal.net/1.aspx)

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    Not sure if this was mentioned, but don't forget about Corel Painter and Sketchbook Pro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thestory View Post
    Forgot to mention SketchBookPro and CorelPainter. Also some good programs for painting.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zapydos2 View Post
    Not sure if this was mentioned, but don't forget about Corel Painter and Sketchbook Pro!
    Quote Originally Posted by Taw View Post
    For 3D you can add the following programs...
    Added all of these!

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    Haha. I like how it says "boomtoon" instead of "toonboom". Typo? :')

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lintu View Post
    Haha. I like how it says "boomtoon" instead of "toonboom". Typo? :')
    W-WHAT TYPO. I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT.

    Casually edits.

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    SketchUp seems good for background/3D concepts. Not sure where that will go on the list. o:

 

 

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