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Model a Photorealistic Boss Tu-2 FX Pedal in Modo: Part 2

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In this two-part tutorial (visit Day 1), you will learn how to model the Boss Tu-2 FX pedal using Luxology's Modo 302. Taking advantage of Modo's workflow enhancing toolset, the model will be highly detailed, and suitable for close up renders from any angle.

This tutorial can be used as a crash course in using Modo for your product design work.

On Day 1, you learned the basics of modeling in Modo as you worked through creating the main body. Now on day 2, since the main tools have already been covered, we can speed things up and add in the remaining details.


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