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    HI!everybody!I am a brand new learner in 3D design field, so I want to know the main fountions of 3D design, what it can do? where it could be used?what are the features of it?whether it has a good trend to be developed in the future?Thanks!~~~~~

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    hello,

    read up on these articles www.graphicdesignforum.com/desktopdefault.aspx?f=44&m=110509&tabid=137 posted on a previous thread.

    Also the best way to see for yourself is to download trial versions and demos.
    www.graphicdesignforum.com/desktopdefault.aspx?f=44&m=110524&tabid=137

    What exactly though are you looking to do? modleing, animation, a general overview?

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    • #3
      thanks a lot! I think I need a general overview~~

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      • #4
        Not to detour you from this web forum, since this is an AWESOME RESOURCE SITE, but also check cgtalk.com for any 3D tutorials or specific assistance in a 3D application. I personally use Maya but there is also 3d Studio Max, Softimage XSI, Rhino, and several others. Any questions with Maya please feel free to ask me in a PM. THanks
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        • #5
          simple answers

          animation which would be movies and or video games. to name a few. it's a GROWING industry.
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          • #6
            Also the tutorial section on www.designertoday.com has 3D tutorials on various applications and some general 3d tutorials as well. Som of those might help, a lot od the 3dsmax tutorials are very basic.
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