Textual Creations is very pleased to announce the release of TurboCAD Pro V21.1 – 5 Cylinder Radial Engine.

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TurboCAD Pro V21.1 – 5 Cylinder Radial Engine is a 380 page fully illustrated tutorial that leads the reader through every keystroke to produce the radial engine that is pictured on the cover of the tutorial.

TurboCAD Pro V21.1 – 5 Cylinder Radial Engine is available on the Textual Creations Shopping Page. Sample pages are available there.

From the Introduction:

The Radial Engine tutorial was originally written for TurboCAD Pro V15, but it has been fully updated for TurboCAD Pro v21.

I have wanted to create a tutorial for a radial engine for eons but always felt a bit intimidated by the idea. However, like any good modeler, I decided to face the challenge and see what I could come up with. To my surprise and pleasure, the task was not terribly difficult in the end. It just required some forethought, a bit of time spent researching and the drive to make it happen, which I already have in spades, as the saying goes. Although I based the radial engine on some internet photos I found while researching, much of the model was made up as I experimented with the design.

I hope that you will enjoy following the tutorial and will feel the magic of TurboCAD that I feel every time I create something with the program.

Best regards,


Within the tutorial the reader will be lead through each keystroke to produce every component of the radial engine that is illustrated on the cover of the tutorial. The reader will learn how to create all the components using 2D profiles and modified 3D shapes. The reader will learn how to insert standard lighting, how utilize render scene luminance and utilize a render scene environment. Additionally, the reader will learn how to render their drawing and save it in a high resolution image format.

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