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Should I use CAD software in my workflow?

I just downloaded shoemaker and is literally the best shoe modeler tool, literally the zbrush of shoes.
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Sure, why not. CAD can be much faster for exploratory modeling (I have Fusion 360 in mind, I find it comfy even though I don't have engineering background). When you're done, you export triangulated, and quickly retopo.

I think your comparison is spot-on. CAD software is the ZBrush of hard-surface.
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Does it do UVs or is more like SketchUp for shoes
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Should've downloaded maya.



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