SketchUP & modo 401 Speed Modeling

SketchUP & modo 401 Speed Modeling

June 30, 2010 |  by  |  From The Web
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I found this interesting capture of a modeling session using SketchUP & modo 401 by a luxology modo forum member named Andeciuala. It is rather fast and yet you do pick up things from it. I’m very much interested in modo and the possible usage along side SketchUP or as a standalone and complete solution.

While I think modo is great… from my tests it is still to slow on standard architectural modeling and the snap systems is not near simple and fast as in SketchUP. A combo solution seems more preferable to me.

Checkout the thread over a luxology modo forum – Living room. (making of video)

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