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Jeremy
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So i am stuck with the blender and Autodesk products, Maya, 3ds, Max. I used blender for my animation 10 months ago i moved to the Maya.I stopped doing animation after that, but am looking at getting back into it as a hobby again. I was wondering, not just for animation, how powerful is Blender compared to Autodesk’s software?


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Kaleb
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Its all depends for example for Engineering stuff you'll go with AutoCad Products
and for Animation modeling / rendering (3DS / Maya) - very comparable, specially the upcoming release with Eevee.


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Jeremy
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Posted by: @kaleb

Its all depends for example for Engineering stuff you'll go with AutoCad Products
and for Animation modeling / rendering (3DS / Maya) - very comparable, specially the upcoming release with Eevee.

I would like to mix them, Can i use blender for Engineering stuff + animation both ?


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Kaleb
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Posted by: @jeremy
Posted by: @kaleb

Its all depends for example for Engineering stuff you'll go with AutoCad Products
and for Animation modeling / rendering (3DS / Maya) - very comparable, specially the upcoming release with Eevee.

I would like to mix them, Can i use blender for Engineering stuff + animation both ?

Of course you can, but utilising both with on software make it much difficult. You can use blender for both animation and engineering stuff but different tools can confused you  


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Beckett
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There's no much difference except the tools, You can use both but you have to understand how tools works. 

I used blender to define a nail polish dresser I built for my girlfriend... But any further than hobby engineering, yeah I wouldn't put blender up there.

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Jeremy
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Thanks for guiding me guys, What you think about the price ?


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Charlie
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Posted by: @jeremy

Thanks for guiding me guys, What you think about the price ?

Blender is free, and for the price, you get a suite almost as good (perhaps even as good) as the pro 3D suites


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Beckett
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Blender is just as capable as common industry software like Maya/3DS Max/C4D in most areas


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