IToo Software Showreel 2012

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February 1, 2013 |  by  |  Inspiration, Visualization
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iToo Software has introduced their 2012 showreel, featuring remarkable works by their many users of ForestPack and RailClone. Check out and enjoy the video. Congrats to all the artists being featured in it!

See you on the 2013 reel… yes, you!

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2 comments
Kaspar Jan
Kaspar Jan

amazing powerful plugin, but too expensive right now. But i think its much more nicer than multiscatter, but with MC you achieve almost the same. for less money^^

Lonelymonk
Lonelymonk

@Kaspar Jan Isn't MultiScatter 20€ more expensive before tax?

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