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    Banned madbiologists is on a distinguished road
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    Rhino or Cinema4D?
    If you want more advanced you should try Maya

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    To me C4D is pretty useful and straight forward. I mean, you have to take some time to get into the application and build up a new workflow but it’s definitively worth it.
    And a great plus IMO: one year free of costs for students.

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    Zbrush is the ONLY 3D software that is 100% geared towards an artist. It does require a learning curve. You can do hard surface and organic stuff in it. However if your just doing type and text perhaps 3DSMax or C4D would better suit you. I know Photoshop has some 3D function in it too but it's a little wonky and not as robust as a 3D Standalone package.

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    Zbrush is very fluid and intuitive.

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    Isn't Rhino more of a cad like package with nurbs? Give 3DSMAx or Maya a try.. Autodesk makes good stuff. Zbrush is a great but a REALLY steep learning curve. After months I'm finally getting good at it.

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    MAXON's Cinema4D works pretty great on Mac OS X. They recently started some useful integration between their software and Adobe's CC.

    They is a really great community for C4D too! –loads of tutorials and freeware models available.


    Hope this helps

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    I've been wanting to learn blender - it's free and powerful - but not the easiest to learn. I use sketchup a lot in the meantime.

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