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Hi! This is what I use cause it's all I can use, been getting decent, but wondering if there were any people out there who could give me tips on making more organic things in. It. Thanks.
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It's not designed to handle triangulated meshes, switch to blender
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>>574176

Do not listen to this retard >>574205. Fusion is great, but you're gonna have to get a retopo program (I recommend Maya, if you're using Fusion since Blender is the opposite of Autodesks UI systems and you will mesh right into Maya because you work in Fusion).

As for your question, cgpeers is your friend. It's how I learned.




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