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Epic Games Builds Gears of War 3 with Autodesk Tools

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Date Added: 28th October 2011
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Fynn (Forums) on Sat, 29 October 2011 1:51pm
@NinthJakeif that was too short for you here is the long version ;) :[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C08yJ8_R3j4&feature=related[/url]
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Tsabszy (Forums) on Sat, 29 October 2011 12:10pm
[QUOTE=NinthJake;882065]What do you mean? Don't the pros model every single scratch and speckle by pushing vertices in Max? :lame:[/QUOTE] :D:D no i only ment that they don't use mudbox (which is autodesk product), but zbrush :P so they kinda dodged it, but clearly didn't mention mudbox :)
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NinthJake (Forums) on Sat, 29 October 2011 12:05pm
[QUOTE=tsabszy;882044]funny how they didn't even mention mudbox :P since they do not create those "high polygon models" in any autodesk software :)[/QUOTE]What do you mean? Don't the pros model every single scratch and speckle by pushing vertices in Max? :lame:Interesting interview, though it was very short :
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Tsabszy (Forums) on Sat, 29 October 2011 2:37am
funny how they didn't even mention mudbox :P since they do not create those "high polygon models" in any autodesk software :)
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Newhere (Forums) on Fri, 28 October 2011 1:54pm
Cool
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