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Posted: 27th Jul 2009 03:21 Edited at: 1st Aug 2009 06:42
This is the Great Graphic Resource. Please use the links below to browse through the various topics. Also feel free to submit new topics to the list by providing the links in this thread.


















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BLENDER - Very well featured software, but quite a steep learning curve for most people

WINGS3d - WINGS 3D - Great for beginners, unfortunately there is no animation support currently

ANIM8OR - Brilliant beginners software

FRAGMOTION - Good piece of modelling and animation software, can export to many formats but not as well featured as priced version

MARBLECLAY- A very good modeller which is similiar to Metasequoia

SHAPESHOP- An extremely good, easy to use program that creates implicit surfaces by simple 2D sketching techniques

ART OF ILLUSION
- Open source program used for modelling, animation and raytracing that has many features contained within high-level commercial software. Well worth checking out

DOGA- Shareware modeller that exports easily to metasequoia and has some really good rendering abilities

GMAX - Based on 3d Studio Max, brilliant program, even though limited

ZMODELER- 3d modeller directed towards people creating content for video games either in development or currently available

SOFTIMAGE|XSI MOD TOOL - Easy to use, great for getting started into game modelling. Limited to 64000 triangles, maximum render output is 512x512

ALBATROSS3D- Great tool for making game content, with a direct x exporter and capable of animation

TRUESPACE- Easy interface, impressive rendering and very useful in all areas of modelling

CHARACTERFX - Not modeling software, but a useful tool for rigging characters for your games

PACEMAKER - Another free tool for rigging your game ready characters

VUE7 PIONEER - Amazing program to aid you in your terrain/landscape building needs
Priced Addons
Object Packs

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MILKSHAPE3D- Very common and effective modelling software with loads of exporting formats. $25
Trial
Gallery

LIGHTWAVE- Really effective modelling tool with good rendering effects. $995 for V9.2
Trial
Gallery
Features

3DSMAX- Industry standard, incredible piece of modelling software, expensive but well worth it, many brilliant features and plugins to choose from. $3,495 for release 9
Trial
Gallery
Features

MAYA- Again, this software is absolutely brillant, mainly used in the Entertainment section of modelling, excellent for rigging and exporting. $1,999 for complete 8.5
Trial
Gallery
Features

BRYCE - Brilliant environment creation software, has good discounts a few times a year. Regular 6.1 price is $99.95
Gallery
Features

SOFTIMAGE XSI - Modelling software with excellent animation tools. Foundation Edition for $495
Trial
Product Tour
Gallery

CINEMA4D - Brilliant rendering tools and an overall good modelling program. $895 for release 10
Trial
Demo Reel
Gallery

3DWORLD STUDIO
- The absolute best world creating program available. $79.95 For Standard Edition
Trial
Features
Gallery

ZBRUSH - Incredible high polygon modeller, usually used to create high poly models out of low poly meshes. $595 for V3
Trial
Features
Gallery

MODO - An advanced subdivision modeller that has extremely powerful polygon tools. $895
Trial
Product Tour
Gallery

FRAGMOTION- Powerful modeller intended for character creation and animation, exports in many formats including Direct X. $25

SILO - A very impressive modeller that can sculpt high polygon models really well. Recommended. $99 for Core
Trial
Features
Gallery

HEXAGON - Very good organic modeller with brilliant subdivision tools. Version 2 for $149
Features
Gallery

LIGHTRAY3D
- Good all round program with a similiar interface to 3ds Max. Single license for about $98
Trial
Gallery

CARRERA - Brilliant program, with a useful environment creation tool. V6 for $249
Features
Showcase

BLACKSMITH3D - Model, Morph and paint directly onto your3D Media.
Trial

AC3D - Cheap and Powerful 3D modeling application
Trial
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PAINT.NET- Brilliant image editing software, unlimited undo function and a simple interface

GIMP - Very useful program, with good editing features and filters

BRICK - Interesting little program that generates brick textures

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ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
- Industry standard, fantastic program with tons of amazing features and plugins available. $699 for CS4
Trial
Features

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR - Industry standard Vector Based software. $599 for CS4
Trial
Features

ADOBE FIREWORKS - Simplistic but very effective graphics software with a simple interface and vector manipulation. $299 for CS4
Trial
Features

CORELDRAW X4
- Brilliant program capable of photoshop quality. $429
Trial
Features
Gallery

CRAZYBUMP - Powerful application for generating Normal, Occlusion, Displacement, Specularity and Diffuse maps from textures

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THE BLUEPRINTS - This brilliant site has reference for WEAPONS, VEHICLES, PEOPLE and some CREATURES

WORLD GUNS - An absolutely amazing amount of GUNS

FINE ART - Good HUMAN ANATOMY reference site

3D - Brilliant HUMAN reference site

FAS - Perfect military reference site plenty of real world descriptions such as sizes and weight

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SCIFI3D - Loads of free sci-fi based models

3D CAFE - Tons of free models to choose from, membership is free

TURBOSQUID - Very popular model site, free and priced models available

ALTAIR MODELS - Great source for high quality models

MODEL BANK
- One time bulk purchase of high quality, professional models

FLAT PYRAMID
- Another great site for models, software, plugins and game content

FALLING PIXEL - Another site full of high quality models

THE 3D STUDIO - Another great site for models, software, plugins and game content

DIGIMATION - From the makers of Model Bank, great resource for professional quality models

ROBG 3D - Small collection of RPG style models

DEXSOFT - Collection of High quality, professional models for your games

ARCHIVE 3D
- Huge Database of Free models. 17000+ and counting

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PIXEL PERFECT DIGITAL - Large database of free stock photos

GRUNGE TEXTURES - Great resource for high quality textures, not free for commercial

IMAGE AFTER - Great source of free textures

CG TEXTURES
- Large database of high quality textures for your games and CG applications

PLANET TEXTURE MAPS - Brilliant resource for high quality planet textures

DAFONT
- Great collection of free fonts

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CGTUTS - Excellent place for high quality CG tutorials

GNOMON WORKSHOP
- One of the best sites to learn tips and tricks from professional, industry artists. Around $50-$60 per DVD

DIGITAL TUTORS
- Huge collection of free tutorials from the Digital Tutors. Also be sure to check out their priced tutorials for some great professional training

3D TUTORIAL - Tutorials for 3DS MAX, LIGHTWAVE, MAYA, SOFTIMAGE, BRYCE and CINEMA 4D

TUTORIALIZED - Brilliant tutorial site for 3DS MAX, BLENDER, BRYCE, CINEMA 4D, LIGHTWAVE and MAYA

SEPPUKU ARTS - Good set of tutorials by Seppeku Arts, demonstrated in CINEMA 4D

CGSOCIETY CHARACTER MODELING
- Brilliant character reference tutorial, MAYA used to start off

FREE 3D TUTORIALS - Loads of tutorials for VARIOUS types of software

OTO - Some good BLENDER tutorials

HIGH END 3D - Brilliant modelling community site with tutorials for 3D STUDIO MAX, MAYA, RENDERMAN, SHAKE, XSI and ZBRUSH

TUTORIAL OUTPOST - Good set of tutorials for 3D STUDIO MAX and PHOTOSHOP

WINGS3D UV MAPPING - WINGS 3D UV mapping tutorial made by Insanity Complex

BLENDER TUTORIALS - Great introductory BLENDER tutorials

CHRIS HOLDEN TUTORIALS - Some great tutorials and a few model SDKs, not for any particular modelling program

3DTOTAL - Excellent resource for a wide variety of CG and game tutorials

ANIMATION - Nice little work through on Keyframe Animation

EAT 3D - Excellent site for various 3D tutorials, around $50 per tutorial

C4DCAFE
- Excellent site for Cinema 4D Related tutorials and help

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ACCUTRANS 3D - Good CHEAP file converter

3DWIN 5.6- Brilliant FREE converter with many input and output formats

POLYTRANS - Professional File Converter, support many formats. $395 for Base version
Demo
Supported File Formats

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PREMIER PRESS BOOKS - An amazing amount of books dedicated to most areas of computers, including game creation

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LITHUNWRAP
- Good FREE mapper, recommended for low-poly models

UVMAPPER CLASSIC - Brilliant FREE uv mapper

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FACEWORX - A FREE program that creates 3d heads out of 2 images

FACE ROBOT - Quick and easy solution for rigging and animating faces

BLENDER FORUMS - Wealth of modelling information for BLENDER

AUTODESK AREA - Perfect community filled with professional who can help you with any autodesk products plus tutorials

CGTALK - Another great site filled with professinals in the cg field. Has forums for anything from 3ds max to Blender

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DIRECTX FIX FOR SOFTIMAGE MOD TOOL - DIRECT X file fix in SOFTIMAGE|XSI MOD TOOL by Cattle Rustler

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MAX PLUGINS
- Great site with hundreds of plugins for all versions of 3DS MAX

CODE GARDENS XPORT
- DIRECT X file exporter for CINEMA 4D R6.2+

XFROG - TREE MODELLING plugin for CINEMA 4D and MAYA

HIGHEND 3D - Great resource for various scripts/plugins

BRUSHEEZY- Free Photoshop brushes and tutorials

MYPHOTOSHOPBRUSHES - Large selection of free Photoshop brushes, patterns, custom shapes, styles/gradients, and tutorials

PSBRUSHES
- Over 500 Photoshop brush collections

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SCRIPT SPOT - Filled with scripts for 3ds max

HIGHEND 3D - Great resource for various scripts/plugins

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Posted: 27th Jul 2009 03:27
Looks good to me.



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Wow, impressive list there

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That's awesome. Very nice work!


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I'm surprised you didn't add highend3D to the Plugins and scripts list. Everyone should use it.


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Unfortunately I don't have a encyclopedic knowledge of scripts and plugins!

As I said, if you want to see anything added to the list, please provide links.

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http://www.highend3d.com/
Probably one of the better resources for plugins/scripts etc.

ModEdit: Added to the list! Thank you!


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I didn't see any section for GIMP/Photoshop brushes:

BRUSHEEZY - Very large selection of free Photoshop brushes and patterns

MY PHOTOSHOP BRUSHES - Large selection of free Photoshop brushes, patterns, custom shapes, styles/gradients, and tutorials

PS BRUSHES - Over 500 Photoshop brush collections

PHOTOSHOP BRUSHES - Free Photoshop brushes and tutorials

(all Photoshop brushes are also compatible with GIMP, however I'm not sure about patterns, custom shapes, and gradients)


ModEdit: Added to the list! Thank you! (Also thanks for adding the descriptions!)

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You'v outdone yourself my friend.

Now all we need is the model base

Great work BiggAdd take a break for a while you deserved it.

oh btw, why does it say "Ofensive" on the top of this thread?

did you have to make a new sub directory, #or something# to accomidate the linking?

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As Howdo just pointed out to me, you missed...blacksmith3d

find it at http://www.blacksmith3d.com/

this program has a freeware version that allows you to save a texture up to 1024x1024 full version of course is much higher and goes for 200 CAD.

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Plus I did not see this one on the list AC3D,

http://www.inivis.com/

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Cheers for the submissions guys. I'll put them in as soon as.



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http://www.c4dcafe.com/ipb/index.php?act=home

here is an amazing site for Cinema 4D tutorials or help.

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Quote: "oh btw, why does it say "Ofensive" on the top of this thread? "


On the main index, when you see three red exclamation marks on either side of a thread's title it means the thread has been marked as offensive. A lot of the mods find it more useful to use these to highlight important or useful threads as opposed to mark offensive ones, unfortunately, a side-effect is the 'Offensive' listing you see at the top.


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Looks great! Good work on this one!

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Free 3D software

Vue 7 Pioneer - Great for making landscapes, used in the last Indiana Jones movie, Terminator Salvation, Austrailia, etc.

Paid Vue Products

Cornucopia 3D - great resource for free and pay by object/pack for all VUE products

I love the Vue line of products. I've used Maya, 3DS Max and others but no one can compare to the intuitive interface or ease-of-use of their products. Especially for environments and landscapes. I've attached a couple of my landscapes that I made with Vue Esprit so that you can see what I'm talking about

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http://archive3d.net/

your dream site of free 3D models. (17000+ and counting)

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Out of all the books I have ever purchased 3d modelling for games by Andy Gahan has got to be the best out there. It gives clear instructions for modelling games assests including next gen techniques by a guy that has been in the industry for years (games include Motorstorm, WRC Rally etc.....). The author even gives tips on creating a portfolio and what art directors are looking for when interviewing candidates.

ModEdit: Could you provide a link?

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Another small little program that is great fro bricks, the program is free and it exports to jpg, As far as using it for commercial products....you'd to e-mail and ask them as it is from an actual brick company and has nothing to do with 3d. But still a great little program

http://www.brick.com/md/index.htm

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A fantastic program for making normal maps and such is this:
http://www.crazybump.com/

I've used it and it's definitely a must have.

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Another cool free program animation for rigging yours characters:

http://www.goddysey.com/pacemaker.htm

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I've tried Crazybump in the past, If I remember correctly, you have to be on the net to even use it.
Plus I have a slight problem with this.......

Quote: "CrazyBump Personal $99 USD ( For non-commercial use )"

To me this is an awful lot to pay for a program and not have any rights to sell a game or model that they are applied to. The pro version which does allow you to sell costs 299. us ..... No thanks

I have other programs that create them for much cheaper,,,

Just to name a couple that can produce normal maps are , Texture maker (under 40 dollars), Gimp2 (with plugin, Free) These both can do a pretty good job for normal maps.
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Oh wow I didn't see the licensing fees lol . Well I just use the demo

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http://cg.tutsplus.com/

Just discovered this place. VERY GOOD SITE.

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Its already on the list! But I have to say I only recently discovered it myself. If its as good as Vector TUTS, it should prove useful.

Ok I've added your submissions to the list! Also tidied up a few of the longer posts (but its nothing personal)

@Frap - could you possibly provide a link to the book?

Thanks again!

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Heres a good 2d paint tool,
I know many artisits that use this program, and it can hold its own with photoshop. Did i mention it was free?

http://sai.detstwo.com/sai/

Paint tool SAI

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Do you want to learn how to model

Do you want to learn how to model
Have a look here.

http://www.3dgraphics101.com

Its a e-corse to start you in modeling + you get a free program
which is basic but it can export to .x format etc.
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Awesome. Well made thread.


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For the gun nuts out thier,

This site has the perfect solution to you not finding a good reference image.

Meet, Pimp my Gun.

http://pimpmygun.doctornoob.com/

This site offers a flash based application to drap and drop parts from a a wide range of military issue guns. Heres one i created in 5 min flat.

Rolf its a sniper ^_^



Anyway have fun. Its easy to use and offers up a .jpg save of your gun. The two icons at the top of the app, are resize canvas and save image.

I would think that this would be very useful to the likes of Errant and other weapon modelers on the board. Its good to throw together ideas quickly.

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Great link azerus! ^^


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Accutrans 3d is not freeware, its unrestricted shareware although I'd call it trustware.
http://www.micromouse.ca/downloads.html
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accutrans looks ok. i might look at the demo, but the screens make it look kinda limited though. but for $20 it looks fine.

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http://www.foundation3d.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3445

this is a light wave tutorial on sub patching. its rather long. but sub patching is the same thing as hypernurbs in cinema 4D(well as far as i can tell) i don't know what other programs this tutorial is computable with though.

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