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Create a Detailed Zune HD MP3 Player in Cinema 4D - Part 1

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Creating convincing product visualizations can sometimes be a daunting task, due to the high level of detail and fidelity the artist must achieve in order to make it believable. In this multi-part, intermediate to advanced level tutorial, you will learn the many techniques needed to model a Microsoft Zune HD. Setting up your workspace for your reference images and using them as a guide, modeling complex shapes from boxes, and polygon pushing will all be covered, and can be adapted to virtually any 3D package.

You can download the reference images here: http://cdn.tutsplus.com/cg/uploads/legacy/070_C4D_MP3/ref.rar" data-original-url="http://cgtuts.s3.amazonaws.com/070_C4D_MP3/ref.rar.

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