Did you notice our blog's disappearance last week? I am glad we are now back online! Kudos to the team at Typepad who worked hard to fix all the problems caused by the rather nasty cyber attack they were the target of.
I am glad we are now back to our usual packed schedule of three, four, even five posts every week. Today, enjoy our weekly breakdown of specials and new releases. Let's go!
It's not a secret that we love MODO. This new release promises to be quite exciting, as the team at The Foundry took the time to listen to users' comments and feedback and pretty much improved and tweaked almost every component of MODO's 3D workflow.
Here are some of our favorite new and/or improved features:
New Rigging and Deformers
New 2D/3D Curve Painting
Surface Generator Improvements
For a complete list of new features, check MODO 801's product page on our website.
There are also some great news for those of you who bought MODO 701 after March 24th 2014: you will be upgraded to MODO 801 at no additional cost, keep an eye on your community account.
If you have an annual student license, you will automatically be upgraded to MODO 801 for the duration of your license.
If you have MODO maintenance or you are a COLLECTIVE customer, you will receive a new license as per your product's license.
And if you don't qualify for any of the free upgrades, you can save $100 by upgrading before May 9th.
PS: Save the date, we have a webinar coming up, all on MODO 801, coming up on May 14th at 11 am PST. Subscribe to our webinar newsletter, so we can keep you posted on the details.
We keep adding new products to our list of free trial downloads. If you use Revit, AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT, Navisworks or Maya LT, check out our full list of downloads to try out the 2015 release before you buy.
Tomorrow, Tuesday 4/29, we'll broadcast and record live the 10th episode of our original Google Hangout on Air Series, How to Succeed in Architecture. For our 10th episode, we will be joined by an all star cast of architects: Gregory R. Mottola and Rosa Sheng from Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Doug Mehl from FENNIE+MEHL Architects and Olle Lundberg from Lundberg Design will talk about designing the award winning workspaces of Twitter, Square, GitHub and Autodesk. Register here to watch the show and to interact with our panelists in real time.
Looking for more Specials and New Releases?
You can find our previous posts here to make sure you didn't miss any of our past announcements
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