July 31, 2019, 01:26 PM
With the announcement of Maya Indie and the release of user-friendly Blender 2.8, the democratization of high-end 3D animation has finally arrived. Back in the nineties, an aspiring animator could expect to pay upwards of $80,000 USD for a software license of their favorite 3D animation package. Over the last two decades the prices have... The post 2019: The year of affordable 3D appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
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