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>I've wanted to get into 3D modeling for a long time
>Have made numerous attempts to learn, utilizing books, videos, and online tutorials
>Even if I foolow the instructions exactly, something inevitably goes wrong that I can't figure out
>I obviously cannot ask a book or a video file for help
>"Maybe I'll see if there are any places that teach 3D modeling in-person around here."
>Can't find anything advertised online except one website offering a $1000 one-day course in my city
I don't know what to do. I still have 3DS Max and Maya installed and I want to try again, but I'm afraid I'm just going to have the same issues. I wish I could find somewhere to get in-person training.
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Guys, im new to 3D modeling, im mostly messing around with it for unrelated projects (papercraft, google cardboard apps, complementing 2D animation) so i'm not looking for tutorials or anything, what i need is:
what's the most lightweight software? i use maya (2013?) on my desktop but it's kinda overkill for what im doing and i'd also like to be able to work on my laptop which would suffer trying to run maya.
All i need is to be able to modify or create .OBJ files, and maybe something about setting the MTL texture thingy properly.. and that's it.
Thanks in advance