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Mudbox 2014 - Sneak Peek

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Date Added: 7th March 2013
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Littleclaude (Forums) on Sun, 10 March 2013 10:46pm
Looks great, also can we have better sculpting brushs, something nice and lose like working in clay and get the smooth brush to work so I don't always have to drop resolution.
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TekNeek (Forums) on Sun, 10 March 2013 7:50pm
Hey bro!I'm gonna show you my new amazing feature.But, I'm gonna blur almost half of what I have to show, so you can't see it.....Wait, whut?Otherwise, these features look promising, arriving about a year or two too late.
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Anebian on Sat, 09 March 2013 1:01am
Step2: click 1 button Step3: Now you have low poly model.
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Anebian on Sat, 09 March 2013 1:00am
(irony mode on) Nice video : Step1: hight poly model Step2: C
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3dgrafiker.se on Fri, 08 March 2013 9:43am
Looks promising! Will be sure to keep an eye on this!
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