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so what happens to the cafe when Nigel dumps c4d?

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Arnold isn't great for interior renders, as I understand it, so I doubt the Cinema architectural fraternity would be delighted with that.

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Talking about openess, Autodesk just made an open call to beta testers, to help shape the new render layer. And today, Maya has the most powerful render layer on 3D software.

 

http://area.autodesk.com/blogs/cory/replacing-maya-render-layers

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Talking about openess, Autodesk just made an open call to beta testers, to help shape the new render layer. And today, Maya has the most powerful render layer on 3D software.

http://area.autodesk.com/blogs/cory/replacing-maya-render-layers

Great example. In addition to openness, ​Render layers is also something users ask for a loooooooong time. 

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...And today, Maya has the most powerful render layer on 3D software.

​​Apart from Softimage, according to some, and arguably, Modo… although Modo's UI for it is simultaneously almost non-existent and excitingly dangerous. :oops:

 

Mind you, I haven't used Maya since M 2012, so I may be out of date.

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… although Modo's UI for it is simultaneously almost non-existent and excitingly dangerous. :oops:

 

 Yeah, it keeps you alert and your mind sharp. I did the monkey test ( http://www.c4dcafe.com/ipb/forums/topic/88509-grass-is-not-always-greener-modo-901/?do=findComment&comment=598798 ). And yes, Modo 901 said good bye. Probably, Modo was not designed for monkeys.

cheers

celke

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  • Indeed. Here are 6,000+ user images from the forum gallery: http://community.thefoundry.co.uk/gallery/image/ , almost 100% of which were rendered using Modo's native renderer and material system. These are not images begged or commissioned from select users.

    Yes, Modo is far, far more high-strung than Cinema (or perhaps any other front-rank 3D application), and much less stable than I'd like it to be. But it is unquestionably highly capable, and it's clearly moving forward.

    Mark

    ​I like the phrase 'high strung' to describe modo. Very accurate. 

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    Despite of your choice I wish you the Kiwi all the best from the bottom of my heart :-)

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    Oh! bugger!! I hope the disappearance then the shock of my re-appearance didn't have anything to do with this!
    :oops:

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    Oh! bugger!! I hope the disappearance then the shock of my re-appearance didn't have anything to do with this!
    :oops:

    ​Al, is that you?

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    Er!! Yup! He's back!! :geek:

     

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