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Old 16-02-15, 08:18 PM
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help with render..

hey guys been building pc's for a while now for friends and family and friends of friends etc but now i wanna do the ultimate build but im having probs in trying to render a mock up generally i research all components and sleeve my own cables make custom ectensions etc in the colour scheme i need and build away sorting and probs i encounter on the way, but i would like to do a full on project log and start it by adding a couple of renders, had aplay with google sketch up etc but they dont have the components i need in various stock images for sketchup etc.. any advice welcomed

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Old 17-02-15, 12:11 AM
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Looking forward to what you do fella, hit me up should you need any quick tips, I've mastered pretty much all the shortcuts and tools in Blender.
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Old 17-02-15, 01:33 AM
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Blender is popular and free. It's pretty much known as the #1 free software for 3d modeling/rendering.

3D canvas also looks pretty easy to use.

I have some experience(Adobe) in design/modeling basic objects(for games) but if i were to get serious about it all again i'd probably go to Blender.
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