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Adobe's 3D world expanding... are you interested?

Mentor ,
Dec 09, 2015 Dec 09, 2015

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If you are I would love to know what you would like to know/see/learn/explore. Think this is silent gem within many of the applications that takes all we creatives do to another level!

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LEGEND ,
Dec 12, 2015 Dec 12, 2015

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Hi Kat,

Personally I'd love to see how to create animations in Photoshop with characters created in Fuse. I seem to be able to run the supplied character animations in PS but am only allowed to pick one pose out of the sequence.

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Mentor ,
Dec 12, 2015 Dec 12, 2015

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Thanks Brad… you are the first and hopefully others will follow. Please give me more details- PC or Mac?, hard drives-i.e. graphics card and memory… There are many aspects to consider. Bandwidth is a major consideration with Fuse/Mixamo…

My aspect for 3D covers many areas so are there other areas that you are interested in? i.e. Ai or Ae-C4D. The reason I ask is that my focus is on many of the apps that cover this area and am seeking info from others as to where their interest falls!. Thank you!

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Dec 15, 2015 Dec 15, 2015

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I studied 3D animation in school... of course when I graduated to own software to do continue creating at home was too costly.  If Adobe does come up with a new piece of software then yeah... I am interested in learning it.  Personally right now I am really interested in learning ZBrush.... so anything new that is released seems like fun to experiment with and learn.

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Dec 15, 2015 Dec 15, 2015

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Totally understand! When in school what programs were you using and which ones were the major influence for you wishing to continue this avenue? My goal here is to expand everyone's awareness of what is available (within Adobes apps) and how this will influence persons such as yourself to delve deeper in this area. There are major apps out there and with hopes that Adobe will step up to the needed desire to explore that incorporates their apps for cross platforming. For example After Effects now has Cinema 4D Lite as part of their app. What was your focus- animation, fine art, etc? I look forward to any input you wish to share in this. I am working on a forum page that focuses on 3D so all this will be added to that...Thank you!

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