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webdesigndeluxe says

Okay, so I downloaded Cinema 4D and love it. It’s difficult at first but I’m slowly getting the hang of it. I want to know what kind of files you guys are all making for 3docean.

I wish I could just see a picture of the “Browse Categories” page of 3docean but it’s not up yet :p

I’m making dome simple objects in Cinema 4D but I want to upload some stuff to 3docean, just don’t know what to make or what will be accepted. Thanks!

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ArikB says

General advice that applies to anything: If you just started doing this, chances are that you’re not very good. In that case, I would not suggest creating items for sale.

If you already have 3d modeling experience, then ignore what I just said.

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mafloral says

I think as Mathias Andre said that any low poly model to start off, like a chair table and other simple objects also vehicles pretty much anything i think that you can think of. Also backgrounds and so on.

Cheers

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BroOf says

You could see a little preview HERE !

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webdesigndeluxe says
General advice that applies to anything: If you just started doing this, chances are that you’re not very good. In that case, I would not suggest creating items for sale. If you already have 3d modeling experience, then ignore what I just said.

That was a bit rude :) I have 3D modeling experience, I’m just new to Cinema 4D is all.

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enhancedmedia says
That was a bit rude :) I have 3D modeling experience, I’m just new to Cinema 4D is all.

hence why he said….

...If you already have 3d modeling experience, then ignore what I just said.

;)

In regards to the original question, i have a few household items, couple of vehicles, body parts and a few other randoms that i have kicking around which i will prob upload. But i really want to create a lot of new stuff, if i can find the time!

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webdesigndeluxe says
That was a bit rude :) I have 3D modeling experience, I’m just new to Cinema 4D is all.

hence why he said….

...If you already have 3d modeling experience, then ignore what I just said.

Well I know, but you shouldn’t tell just anyone even if they don’t have experience to not bother uploading files for sale. You should encourage ;)

In regards to the original question, i have a few household items, couple of vehicles, body parts and a few other randoms that i have kicking around which i will prob upload. But i really want to create a lot of new stuff, if i can find the time!

Cool! I didn’t know if they would accept cars or not, I don’t know why they wouldn’t, but a lot of people have some pretty sweet car models :D

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thomas07 says

you can count me in for the cg textures/maps category at 3DOcean…this is where i want to become a wanted seller.

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ArikB says
Well I know, but you shouldn’t tell just anyone even if they don’t have experience to not bother uploading files for sale. You should encourage ;)

Well I disagree with that out of experience. Both as an author and as a reviewer. The experience curve is generally very important for the quality you output and your quality is the most important thing for your image.

If you ain’t good at something, get better at it first and then do it commercially. That’s my point of view on just about anything.

But to each his own and I wasn’t trying to be rude :)

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webdesigndeluxe says
Well I know, but you shouldn’t tell just anyone even if they don’t have experience to not bother uploading files for sale. You should encourage ;)

Well I disagree with that out of experience. Both as an author and as a reviewer. The experience curve is generally very important for the quality you output and your quality is the most important thing for your image.

If you ain’t good at something, get better at it first and then do it commercially. That’s my point of view on just about anything.

But to each his own and I wasn’t trying to be rude :)

I get you now :) Thanks for clarifying. Oh and I know you weren’t trying to be rude :) Thanks.

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