• Char Hunter(Char)

    Speaking of Blendswap we should always add that to the free market stuff. Gotta keep that site going. Thanks again guys.

  • Dragonice (dragonice69)

    Thank You and gn :)

  • Omar Domenech(dostovel)

    Thanks for the stream Kent, educational and came out with a bit of a paralegal degree

  • Kent Trammell(theluthier)

    Thank you all! This has been a lot of fun as always 👋

  • Char Hunter(Char)

    Ah ok makes sense Kent. Thanks Kent you have a good one. Bye all!

  • Kent Trammell(theluthier)

    dragonice69 I would love to go to a Blender Conference one of these years. Maybe give a talk. Also just to see the EU in person - on my bucket list. Jonathan Williamson has been to BCON multiple times and given talks.

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    Wilco Wilbrink(carrotnl)

    Bye! Have a great retraite next week :)

  • Omar Domenech(dostovel)

    Alright guys, leave the chairs exactly how you found them and we wont make any promises about sueing

  • Kent Trammell(theluthier)

    RE: Char - AFAIK no, the market doesn't have free products. It's run by Matthew Muldoon who created blendswap.com. So in a way, blendswap is the free version of the Blender market

  • Jere Haapaharju(swikni)

    Thanks for the stream Kent. Bye everybody!

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There comes a time in every digital artist’s life when they realize...sometimes it’s ok to download supplemental material rather than create it from scratch. So many situations come to mind:

  • a photo-sourced texture to fill the background behind your character
  • a stock image to fill a digital picture frame in your arch viz render
  • 3D models for a game you’re prototyping
  • a music track to accompany your demo reel
  • many more

The reality is it's very common to need and use existing material to supplement your own work. Today Kent is discussing where to find free resources (including 3D models, images, music) and how to properly use them; both legally and in a way that makes the world a better place (attribution).