3D Components and Level Clipping Q&A

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3D Components and Level Clipping Q&A

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Check out our latest D&M tutorial on 3D components and Level Clipping.

Todd will be live on our Instagram channel at 3pm BST to answer your questions, so post them in the comments section and tune in to see them answered here: https://www.instagram.com/designandmakeit/


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Excellent tutorial.... thanks

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No problem GKAS!!!

Thanks for taking some time to watch it!!! Be safe!
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I also found the tutorial very good and informative..... thanks

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Todd Bailey wrote:
Wed Apr 15, 2020 4:33 pm
hanks for taking some time to watch it!!! Be safe!
No matter how 'advanced' I think I'm getting, there's always little new tidbits to pick up. I found just the 'dome & paws' trick to be worth the watch.

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gkas wrote:
Wed Apr 15, 2020 6:26 pm
Todd Bailey wrote:
Wed Apr 15, 2020 4:33 pm
hanks for taking some time to watch it!!! Be safe!
No matter how 'advanced' I think I'm getting, there's always little new tidbits to pick up. I found just the 'dome & paws' trick to be worth the watch.
Me too!
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Hey Gang!!!

Thanks for all those great comments! The dome and paw thing is great... and I have to say as you get better with the software and know your clipart little things like that will be super helpful. Sometimes little touches like that make all the difference in a good vs great composition.

Really happy you found something helpful in the video.

Thanks again...

Have fun, keep making and most importantly be safe!

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Excellent video ! I could have used that on the owls I carved this past week ! A definite bookmark for future projects !
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Excellent Scott!!!

Thanks for watching and sorry I was a bit late with the useful information... :) Good to hear the info is going to come in handy for future projects.

Have a great rest of the week!

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