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If you are open minded about how you tackle a project, it might reveal methods that can be adapted to various other production situations for quicker and better results. For example, the rail mold or isolated zone approach lends itself very well to less organic matter like cars, planes, trains, and so on.

The nature of the tools we use gives us the power to approach and find solutions from many angles. As the toolsets grow, so does our ability to become more creative — or is it vice versa? Don't be afraid to try something new.

For additional examples of the techniques discussed in this article, take a look at the following images (Figure 15 through 18).

Figure 15 Pan

Figure 16 Pushing Primitives

Figure 17 Smart Thinking

Figure 18 Taking Realism Seriously

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