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How should I make 3-D game art?

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I''m thinking of creating a 3-D game, how can i get some 3-D art? Who would create it, i don''t know how! "blow up a lawnmower plant, save a lawn gnome!"

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Buy a 3D modeler to create 3D models. Then buy a cd filled with textures. Texture the models. Then your done with the 3D art.


ECKILLER

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Artists seem to be in high demand around here. 3D artists seem even rarer. If I were you, I''d make my own simple objects, just enough to write your program, show it to an artists who knows 3D software, share with him the profits if he redoes the art.

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Where can I buy CDs with textures?


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Buy a 3D modeler to create 3D models. Then buy a cd filled with textures. Texture the models. Then your done with the 3D art.


ECKILLER


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MAN! A group of us are making a 3D game and I only have to deal with the 3D art. Thats the easy stuff! God help you if you don''t understand university maths. :-) I have a lot of respect for programers. Except for the one I have to work with he''s a lazy SOB.

As Mr Cup alwase says,
''I pretend to work. They pretend to pay me.''

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