I'm seriously thinking of getting a 3D printer by the end of the year, if finances allow. Leaning towards a Creality CR-10S. Anyway..... I need to find some suitable 3D software to use for creating 3D files. My past experience has been using 2D, specifically MacDraw and it's successor ClarisDraw (20-30 year old Mac Software). There has not even been any good modern 2D drawing software I have liked, so when I need to do drawings I go back to my old G5 desktop Mac running "Classic OS" on System 10.4 and run Clarisdraw or MacDraw Pro again. I am looking for some Mac-compatible 3D program. I can't afford multi-hundred dollar software, so my scope is pretty much limited to free 3D software. So, what may be the most practical of the free software packages? Something I can learn easily enough, not something so complex it has a crazy-steep learning curve that I might give up on. Something that has a good resource base for learning how to use it. Any good 3D drawing software forums? Same goes for slicer software.