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Hi All,


I have just discovered Fusion 360, and downloaded a trial. I wondered if anyone on here used it to create decent block-outs to use as a start point for modelling in Cinema? or even well crafted meshes? it seems like it could be really useful to create hard surface stuff. I have experimented with some organic meshes, saved them as Step files and imported them into Cinema, then used the polygon pen to retopo the object. I know I could do much of that in Cinema, but it seems using a program that doesn't encourage me to continually refine like Cinema naturally would is in a way quite useful.

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