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Do you have 10+ years in the software and wonder if you've been missing some tips and tricks? Have you been able to break the 15 hour condoc set?
Maybe you are a proficient user that wants to know everything that there is to know in Chief.
Rendering, Automation, Resources, Symbols, Quick Tools, Style Pallets, PDF Tools, Templates, and more.

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6 hours ago, Decorationarts said:

Could use some 1 to 1 lessons on your rendering techniques

Shoot me an email and we can set something up. Im only going to take on a few more trainees for this month. renerabbitt@gmail.com. Rendering is a big topic but very enjoyable in my mind.

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