The Master ListWelcome to the Library!The Master List by 3DLibrary
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Here you will find a list of all sorts of resources for 3D artists.
This includes Books, Instructional DVDs, Tutorials, Resources and more.
If you would like to suggest a resource, add it to the comments! If it's a good resource, it will be added to the journal post. If it's a great resource, you might get a prize!
This is the master list. Eventually, each featured resource will have a review of it within this group, and we will do away with outside linking. Cheers!
Anatomy and Modeling:
Action Anatomy by Takashi Iijima
This book teaches you how muscles move and interact with each other, as well as how the human body moves and bends. A great resource
3D Printing: An Overview and Interview3D Printing – An Interview with Professor Olaf Diegel3D Printing: An Overview and Interview by Cymae
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3D Printing is a way of converting your 3D models into physical real-world objects. It's exciting because most of a 3D artist's life is spent working on things that are never tangible and traditionally haven't existed in the real world, until recently.
Previously, a process called milling has been used to create models of computer objects, This is somewhat like sculpting done by the computer, where you start with a solid mass and cut bits away until you're left with your model! This process is called subtractive printing, because you start with a lot of material, and get rid of bits of it until you're left with your 3D object.
3D printing is an additive process. This mea