Simple Meshing - Part 1
I wanted to write this guide to show you how much you can do with 3D Studio Max. You can easily get lost in this program with its nearly limitless options. This guide will cover a few simple ways of creating an object. It covers the basic, simple steps used to creating more complex Meshes and Textures. Since this is a guide on Simple meshing, UV mapping and textures are also covered. For more detailed guides, continue on to part 2 and 3 of this guide.
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In part two of this tutorial series Shawn Hendriks will take you through creating a simple flip animation using simple tools in 3ds max and also how to write a simple maxscript to automate that animation process.
Here’s my last tutorial for this year – a ‘bambi’ chair for kids! It’s pretty simple to make and the most time consuming part is making the furry seat. I’ve split this tutorial in 2 parts: 1st part covers the basic modeling, 2nd part deals with the fur and materials.
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From my experience, designing in 3ds max doesn't always meant to create high detailed amazing creature or else. Many designers make a living only by creating logos or creating something simple or funny like the one I explained in this tutorial. In this tutorial I will show you how to model simple but cute cartoon bear. Here, I am just using simple primitives and modifiers.
In this two part tutorial on creating a pinbox model, I will show you how to go about modeling the main item from the frame to the pins, then I will conclude with showing you all how to animate it in part two. So let’s get down to it.
In Part 1 tutorial, you have created basic head object. Now, in this tutorial you are going to add eyes, nose, and eyebrows. Also you will create body. All are created using simple primitives. 1. To create eye, use Sphere. Scale, stretch, and position in its location. To create another eye, select sphere, and move while holding Shift to clone.
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In this part of the tutorial, we will learn how to unwrap the low poly fire extinguisher model. UV Mapping is a major part of the video game pipeline, as many different things depend on it. A perfect unwrap is the combination of various tricks and techniques, which we will go over now.
The purpose of this tutorial is to show you how to create a simple light setup that simulates the shadow part of global illumination and casts nice shadows on a plane for web graphics.