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I thought Rhinoceros was outdated.
I started studying and getting efficient in 3dsmax, maya, zbrush, v-ray, corona and other soft like after effects.

>80% of the current architectural 3d jobs ask for Rhino.
>They keep asking for dozens of programs and render engines. How is this even possible? How can you learn everything?
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>>641700
>How can you learn everything?
It's not like you have to be an expert at all of those programs to make these bland, run-of-the-mill architectural renders.
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>>641700
>Rhino
>outdated

brainlet
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I live in the uk and have never seen rhino on a job description but It was maybe a thing 15 years ago because i remember bring taught it in tech class. max with vray is the preferred tool for most arch vis studios here.





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