I would like to start my adventure with 3d software. I made few renders in Cinama 4d R15 with tutorials. I don’t know what should I learn now. Cinema looks easier to use, but for me most important is the quality. I’m a beginner so I’m looking for professional opinion person who worked in a both applications. 3ds Max or Cinema… which one is worth to spending my time?
I have learned both 3d max and cinema, started with 3d max and loved it great for game graphics, but not as good for motion graphics. so it all depands what you want to do.
I would say cinema is the best for the current market place as you will find a lot more work in the motion graphics arena compared to the games market,
I upload random things, i just model stuff i am in the mood to model, i make nearly all my money on graphicriver, any earning from 3docean are just a bonus.
If you want to make money on the site you need to check out the top selling files and make thing along those lines, like phone models that sort of thing.
not i doubt it, file must just be provided in as many formats as possible.
while blender is free it is not as intuitive as the other programs and is not the industry standard so you are always best exporting in to other format that people are more likely to be using.
It is a shame you lose the badge after a year i loved having it!
Mine would be the ability of being the best at any give field, best artist best rocket scientist and so on. If that is not allowed then i would go for high iq say iq level 1,000,000
Well all of my work here was done using 3ds max, but now i have moved to cinema 4D, new version r16 came out today which i just got in the post pretty excited about installing.
over the moon with the tool set for all the different areas you can create amazing things very quickly
They will still except item in areas the don’t need if the are good enough quality.
My problem with these is they are in a style that was popular about 3-4 years ago.
what about this? why is it rejected?suggestions PLEASE:D
You really need to do a lot more tutorials, your current skill level is no where near what is needed to get items accepted. the quality on here is so high now.
you cant pass this off as you own work and sell it on here the author rules are quite clear on this matter.