Recently discovered this site after I purchased CC3 and started digging under every rock I could find to figure out how to use it.
I'm a long time gamer both Video and TT although more the former than the latter for quite some time ( to the point of being an addict from some peoples perspective ), recently it has turned the other direction and I've been inclined to work on some old material from a game I used to run. First step I decided was to map out the world, Old hand drawn maps I had done those years ago have long since vanished, and I became interested in doing them on the computer after a friend showed me some maps that people had done using Profantasy software .
I've found lots of useful information (Ah The power of the internet!) but the most useful has come from here. I have to say that the artwork some of you guys produce is just awesome and the community here seems just as great.
Hopefully I'll get CC3 figured out (it's a bear for me atm, but getting there) and be able to share my vision with everyone soon :)
Jump on in, ask a few questions, make a few comments, and join the club!
Um.... ur.... I mean guild. Join the guild!
Welcome! I am also a relatively new CC3 user, and I found this community invaluable in learning how to use the program. I encourage you to post a thread in the WIP forum, even if you have almost nothing; someone will be along to give you tips and advice. Even the people who use other tools can give very helpful direction.
Enjoy your stay!
Welcome Kirk! Glad you found us - if you're new to CC3, as all the CC3 users here say, do the tutorials first. Then you might want to start a drawing in the WIP forum and you'll get plenty of help.
all the best and welcome to the guild.
Welcome to the group.
Yup...tutorials, they really are good to use.
As a long time CC2 now CC3 user I am still learning stuff in it.
Thanks for the welcome everyone.
And yeah I've been going through every tutorial I can find, many times actually, :) getting it down a bit now I think, so hopefully will have something in WIP forum soon :) .
Wecome, Kirk! I look forward to learning right along with you.