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    Default Turbofan Jet Engine

    A turbofan jet engine created in Zbrush and Maya.

    Rendered using Keyshot and composited in Photoshop.

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    That kicks butt! Loving it (man, Keyshot IS nice).
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    Very impressive!

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    Very impressive work!
    Which part is ZBrush and which part is Maya?
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    Thank you! There was no specific part that was made in Zbrush/Maya.

    I switched between the two quite regularly.

    the Zmodeler toolset in Zbrush is just much more intuitive at times and makes some actions within hardsurface modeling easier (such as putting holes in geometry)

    Maya is great for its duplicate special feature.

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    Your hard surface modeling turned out fan-tastic!

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    look great

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