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Affinity Coffee (and maybe a local version, Affinity Tea ).

 

On a less serious note (not all is gotta be guiding Serif to their best path in business) , I've been for a while interested in trying Fusion (just as much as in learning After Effects (but this just for my "non-freelancing" career). Is one of my "must do this year" wishes) for a while. If it is nodes based, that's fantastic, as is how I'm using Blender (and its Cycles renderer) since quite some time (its node editor), and that tends to be quite flexible.


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4 minutes ago, SrPx said:

Affinity Coffee (and maybe a local version, Affinity Tea ).

 

On a less serious note (not all is gotta be guiding Serif to their best path in business) , I've been for a while interested in trying Fusion (just as much as in learning After Effects (but this just for my "non-freelancing" career). Is one of my "must do this year" wishes) for a while. If it is nodes based, that's fantastic, as is how I'm using Blender (and its Cycles renderer) since quite some time (its node editor), and that tends to be quite flexible.

Blender? I thought you said you are a maxxer. Also, DaVinci Resolve 15 apparently have Fusion built in now. And yes, Fusion is node based. Seriously though, I really wish they make an agreement with Bmd to make a true Affinity Files support on Resolve and Fusion. 

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1 hour ago, Fatih19 said:

Blender? I thought you said you are a maxxer.

 

Indeed.... I am. I have modeled, rigged/weighted characters, textured them, even animated (a bit) as day job for years with 3DS Max. And modeled & uv-mapped props, characters, levels. Mostly in the game  industry. But then I got into another field, -better said, got back to it- , web design and graphic design for print, general corporate. For many years. In that while I learnt deeply Blender as at home was doing personal projects, also indy projects with a friend, and actually also paid freelancing work. That makes a lot of years with max, and a lot of years with Blender. professional experience with both.  :)

 

Both are very good. Blender is slightly cheaper, because it is free. Max... well some lil cash, you know. And with the joy of subscription, just a ton more expensive than a Adobe's.

 


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