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Old 15-09-2006, 05:54 AM   #1
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The Ferrari and the new Car modeling Tut, Are there any differences between the two? If I have one should I get the other?
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Just a choice between the 2 I guess?
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while I can only really speak of mine I think the main difference is the method used to get to the final render

Due to Kurt´s normal methods I would think he used Nurbs to model his BMW, while I used Polys and then converted to Sub-d´s

Both tuts show essentially the same main points while showing the difference between methods, just comes down to personal preference in the end
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Awesome, Thanks for the reply, I should of thought of that before I posted, With Kurt's Jedi Fighter kind of made that way, I think I see how he would go about it. all I can say is, I have learnd a lot form watching your tutorials and it's my preferred method, I have ues it on many of my models. As well as Kurt's methods. Simply Maya is one of the best sites with a lot of talented molders. Keep up the good work.
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