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Which is easier to learn?

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I am wondering which program is easier to learn iClone7 or CTA3?
I know that one is 3d and the other 2d but I am just wondering if i would do better with CTA3.
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Because people are diffent there are demo version of both software for to try.

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I don't want to offend any of the fine "2D" people here, but I believe the 2D world has a few less technical rabbit holes to explore.

Both worlds require technical skills, the ability to tell a story, and an eye for composition and editing, so in those areas they are similar.

But 3D has everything 2D has, plus potential 3D modeling (other applications), polygons, 3D texturing (texel density, seams), 3D lighting and camera placement, etc.

The main concern to me is...  What type of art do you want to produce?  You should do the one you enjoy most and are passionate about.  That passion and desire will drive you to learn and develop the skills you need to succeed in either world.

Good luck.  Smile




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