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  1. Create something BETTER: Enhanced modeling toolset

    MODO’s renowned modeling toolset just got even better, with topological symmetry, new Slice and Cap options, Multi-slice, Quad Fill, Linear and Radial Align and more! For more information about MODO, please visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/latest-version/ Share your MODO creations on social media using #CreateSomething

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  2. Create something EASILY: Extended dynamics and effects

    MODO 901 helps bring your worlds to life with new dynamic and procedural effects, including procedural Shatter and Rock items, glue constraints for rigid bodies, and more. For more information about MODO, please visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/latest-version/ Share your MODO creations on social media using #CreateSomething

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  3. Create something FASTER: Advanced GL viewport

    Iterate faster in a high-fidelity interactive context that closely reflects your final render, with MODO 901’s new hardware-accelerated GL viewport. For more information about MODO, please visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/latest-version/ Share your MODO creations on social media using #CreateSomething

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  4. Create something BETTER: MeshFusion

    Now a fully integrated feature of MODO 901, MeshFusion takes away the challenge of complex and frustrating Boolean operations, making it easier to consistently produce high-quality models. For more information about MODO, please visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/latest-version. Share your MODO creations on social media using #CreateSomething

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  5. 3D Printing in MODO episode 3

    This is the third video demonstrating how to set up MODO for use with a 3D printer and ultimately create some 3D sculpted horns. If you've done any 3D printing using MODO, head over to The Community to show off your results: community.thefoundry.co.uk/ You can download a 30 day MODO trial here: thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/

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  6. Using MODO with 3ds Max: Component Geometry Modes

    In this episode, we look at working with the different component geometry modes in MODO. We’ll cover how to manipulate vertices, edges, edge loops, polygons and boundaries. We also look at some of the component-specific modeling tools like the Bevel tool and more. To download a free trial of MODO, visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/ Tutorial series by Tony Stutterheim

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  7. Using MODO with 3ds Max: Creating Primitives

    In this video, we’ll take a look at many of the ways you can create primitives in MODO. We’ll also cover some of the differences between MODO and Max when creating primitive geometry. This video also introduces us to the concept of Mesh Items in MODO. To download a free trial of MODO, visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/ Tutorial series by Tony Stutterheim

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  8. Using MODO with 3ds Max: The Work Plane

    In this third episode, we get a handle on using MODO’s Work Plane feature. The Work Plane helps us stay in one main perspective viewport when working as opposed to needing to switch to orthographic viewports. We can use the Work Plane to easily create new geometry based on the orientation of existing geometry. To download a free trial of MODO, visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/ Tutorial series by Tony Stutterheim

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  9. Using MODO with 3ds Max: Navigation

    In this video we explore MODO’s conventions for navigating around in the viewport. We also look at setting MODO’s preferences to make navigating more like Max. To download a free trial of MODO, visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/ Tutorial series by Tony Stutterheim

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  10. Using MODO with 3ds Max: A MODO Walkthrough

    In this first video, we’ll take a quick look around the MODO interface to get familiar with what tools are available on the different interface layout tabs. We’ll add some presets to our scene and do a quick render test. To download a free trial of MODO, visit: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/modo/ Tutorial series by Tony Stutterheim

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