Apologise if this is not the correct forum to ask this but I couldn't see any other that best fitted this question.
I been searching the forums for tips in regards to 3D animation render work and could only see support for Autodesk products, Blender and Maya, which seem specific to the applications and I didn't feel comfortable to address my questions in any of them. I'm in the process of creating 3D animation trailers within Vue7 and was hoping for some tips on how to improve the post production work within After Effects CS4.
I was wondering if there was a forum for general 3D animation talk where other users share tips, best practice advice and support for other software artists may use such as Crazy Talk, Poser and Vue.
Sorry if this has been asked before but I became impatient after trawling through recent pages.
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Re: General 3D Forum? by Burt Hazard on Jan 16, 2010 at 2:43:00 pm
Actually Blender is open source, i.e., totally free and has nothing to do with Autodesk. And they also have a Newtek Lightwave and a Maxon Cinema 4D forum here at the Cow. You might want to check out the Vue forums on http://www.cornucopia.com.
Your idea is a good one but I also think they try to create new forums when they have a forum leader(s) that has enough expertise to start fielding questions right away.