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  1. So, I wasn't going to say anything but, it's just too much. I signed up to try out Digital-Tutors training this month - Pretty good/fair value. They even claim to have 3D-Coat training but, I've yet to find a course entirely focused on it. What's annoying me is that every time I've clicked on a course that utilizes 3D-Coat they put up a disclaimer as if it's needed. (See Attached Image) Now I can only speculate but, it seems pretty clear they have some serious corporate whore licensing going on. It's always pissed me off that they stopped doing Modo training out-of-the-blue, but, using disclaimers on anything that's 3D-Coat?! Really? (And I've only seen this on trainings with 3D-Coat in them so far - never on any Adobe or Autodesk yet.) What's funny is that every instructor I've seen using 3D-Coat has said they think 3D-Coat is awesome- and hence the need for the disclaimer so Pixologic and Autodesk don't get all threatened. Get your coat on Digital-Tutors and stop being such wussies! LOL!
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