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Creating mesh hair in Second Life?


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Except for the few who can afford to shell out hundreds of dollars for professional software like Maya, most modelers for SL use Blender. It's versatile, free, has routines that are tailored to SL, and most of the tutorials aimed at modelling for SL were written for Blender users.  Also, if you ask specific questions in the Mesh forum, you'll find that the most knowledgable people giving advice there are Blender people.

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Except for the few who can afford to shell out hundreds of dollars for professional software like Maya, most modelers for SL use Blender. It's versatile, free, has routines that are tailored to SL, and most of the tutorials aimed at modelling for SL were written for Blender users.  Also, if you ask specific questions in the Mesh forum, you'll find that the most knowledgable people giving advice there are Blender people.

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Blender is not easy to learn...but then, neither is any other 3D modeling software.  And at least Blender is free!

I would start with basic tutorials...don't try to make hair right off the bat.  Learn the Blender interface.  Model some simple things...a table, a vase, a door, a spoon.

Then move on to more complex things.  I would not feel bad if I took three or four months of practice to get really good with it.  Work with it for a couple of hours every single day.

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