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Self-explanatory. Is Blender the only option or are there other tools?
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Nope! There are plugins for other applications aswell, im not sure of the specifics, but they're out there.
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I've painted models and made new models and have never used Blender except for a couple of times when I exported models. I have always used the Legacy tools
, along with Windows Notepad. These are all tools that are over a decade old at the newest, and they run fine on a core2duo with integrated graphics and 5 GB of DDR2 RAM, which Blender does not do so well.
I have some tutorial videos in this playlist
about how to use those programs.
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You can also model in Sketchup and import to Blender, which is what I do. In theory you can repaint in Sketchup too, but the conversion, import, export, conversion stages just make it not worthwhile
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