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This is a very popular free modelling program that many beginners start with. This software is certainly not just for beginners.
This software may cost money but it is used by many and has loads of tutorials online for how to use it. There are free legal ways of obtaining it if you are in education.
This is another one that costs money but is also used my many and has tutorials online. This can also be obtained legally if you are in education.
This software may be paid but it is not extremely expensive and has a free trial. This program is like modelling with clay and can give very good results.
This modelling software is basic and runs in your browser so it can be used anywhere. It is great fun to play about with and learn the basics.
This is a basics program that is good for beginners who do not want to be overwhelmed by all the tools of more complicated programs.
Here you can find a decent size of modelling programs to try out.
This youtuber makes tutorials for how to use blender.
This website has many tutorials for 3ds Max.
This is the official channel for 3D Tin and has many tutorials.
This website has many tutorials for a number of modelling programs.
This youtuber has a number of good videos for learning to use the program.
This website has over 100 tutorials for beginners.
This link has 11 tips and tricks for organic modelling.
Some interesting videos for beginners.
Here you can have your creations printed into a number of materials. This can be expensive to do but it is great fun.
Here you can obtain Autodesk software for free if you are a student.
This youtuber shows how to make weapons using 3ds Max and convert weapons from certain games.
This is a long video with a number of tutorials in it.
Sascha Henrich's videos are good for beginners.
This program is a bit pricey but can be obtained free if you are a student as it is made by Autodesk. This software is good for sculpting in 3d.
This link is to a thread on a forum and is full of useful information.
This link is good for learning hard edges, uvs, normal maps and vertex counts.
This link has loads of information on what the title says.
This is a quick video on how to make hair in vimeo.