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Hi everyone, am a new user of accurender. I have been using AR3 for some time now. My intention is to be a professional 3D drafter, and I wish to enroll for a course through a professional user of AR4

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"Yes. We used to hide a little soft toy bear called Fret in our sets back in the day when we used photography. We then created a 3D version of Fret and included him in many of our renders. If you have a look at the images in my Ambus 2014 album, you…"
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