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3 Dimensional Chat / 3d motive tutorials, any good?

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Quik
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Posted: 2nd Oct 2012 17:33
I am asking because I'm considering subscribing, however 22$ is a bit much if it turns out its all crap, i'm asking mostly because i'm curious in this one:
http://www.3dmotive.com/training/photoshop/hand-painted-weapon-texturing/?follow=true

Is it any good?



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Frap
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Posted: 2nd Oct 2012 20:25
Search youtube or google there are tons of tutorials out there, save you money. remember practice, practice and practice thats how you learn and get better. Post your results online and listen to the feed back your given, after a while you will get to learn who is giving the best advice. Try more advanced forums as well, yeah they will beat you up a little but you will get stronger for it.

Try sketching as well, take a piece of paper and pencil then sketch an object. Learning how to SEE an object will help you more than you will realise. For some this comes naturally others need to work at it as it did with me. This was the single most important lesson I was given and at first I thought they where talking sh*t as well. Try it.

Just trying and learning from your own mistakes is a much better way of learning, in art there really are not that many short cuts.

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Ortu
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Posted: 3rd Oct 2012 01:49
You may have to dig a bit but polycount has quite a few tutorials on hand painted textures. Some threads, some links, lots of good stuff though

Camouflage Studios
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Posted: 4th Oct 2012 00:02
3dmotive is 100% worth the money. I watched most of the videos and I've learned a ton. And if you dont want a subscription you can simply buy the ones youre most interested in

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Quik
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Posted: 4th Oct 2012 18:28
Quote: " And if you dont want a subscription you can simply buy the ones youre most interested in"


I can? I didnt see any option for it O_o



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Camouflage Studios
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Posted: 7th Oct 2012 02:03
goto the downloads tab on the top

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Quik
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Posted: 7th Oct 2012 02:48 Edited at: 7th Oct 2012 03:14
Woah, expensive...

Is there really any reason NOT to have a subscription? If I just want one tutorial, a 1 month subsctiption seems cheaper...

however, I guess i cant download them then, so.. thats not very good

Edit: what I think I wanna do is get that tutorial <buy it> and if i do find it great, and i find other stuff that i want - i might subscribe..



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William80
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Posted: 7th Nov 2012 09:47
Helpfull link thanks...

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