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Old 06-13-2013, 05:20 PM   #1
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3D Art Test

Hi everyone,

I was just offered my first art test and I'm a bit unsure as to what's expected. The company has asked me to model with SubD's that will have smoothing operations applied at render time.

I've only ever modelled using the polygon/smooth workflow. Is this perhaps what they mean? Or would they like everything to be modelled with SubDs.

The only reason I am confused as on my various travels throughout the interwebnet world I've seen tutorials talking about subdivision surfaces whist using the polygon/turbosmooth or polygon/smooth workflow.

Thanks all,

James

[EDIT] Ive moved this in to the main forum. How do I delete this thread?

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