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Geek Culture / A look at Genetica - by Spiral Graphics

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Wehtam_
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Posted: 23rd Nov 2009 08:15
I've done a little overview of Genetica 3, which I hope some of you will find interesting.

I take it through a brief spin and ask whether it's worth buying if you're already savvy with something like Photoshop.

A look at Genetica

Insanity Complex
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Posted: 23rd Nov 2009 09:41
Looks really interesting, I'm giving the trial version a whirl.


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Wehtam_
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Posted: 23rd Nov 2009 21:27
Excellent stuff! I might try my hand at doing overviews of other products in the TGC roster

Mnemonix
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Posted: 24th Nov 2009 10:59
I won the christmas card competition and I picked genetica basic as one of the prizes!

Downloading it now

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Posted: 26th Nov 2009 19:40
If you are going to be doing a lot of 3d work and texturing isn't your forte, then I would recommend genetica 3. I haven't used it extensively but it is good at coming up with a large variety of different procedural textures quickly, and you can edit the parameters of them to get the look you want.

Mnemonix

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