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3ds Max Tutorials

3ds Max » Animation — over 5 years ago
In the third chapter we will learn how to create the leg bones and how to mirror a joint chain. Selecting the joint position of the legs are important and While mirroring there are certain things that we have to maintain, here we will learn about them.
3ds Max » Animation — about 10 years ago
Model, Paint, and Animate a Realistic Hand Painted Eye in 3DS Max and Photoshop
3ds Max » Animation — almost 6 years ago
Cool reactor animation in 3ds Max. Steel ball shatters concrete block. Free 3ds Max script makes it easy. Video included.
3ds Max » Animation — over 8 years ago
In day one of this this two day tutorial, author Cristian Pop will show us three different methods for creating an animated “Pinboard Effect” in 3D Studio Max.
3ds Max » Animation — almost 9 years ago
a 20 minute in depth intermediate tutorial on how to create a nuclear explosion in 3ds max 4 and onwards without additional plugins.
3ds Max » Animation — about 12 years ago
Learn how to create a realistic looking cigarette smoke that gradually fades out.
3ds Max » Basics — over 9 years ago
How to texture and render the collapsing building. Please visit my channel and subscribe. Plenty of more tutorials to come!
3ds Max » Animation — almost 7 years ago
This tutorial will guide you through the process of breaking an object into pieces or fragments in 3ds max. This technique is very helpful while you are working with the scenes having collisions and explosions in which your object explodes away and breaks into pieces.
3ds Max » Animation — almost 10 years ago
An Introduction to Subdivision (High-Poly) Modeling Tools and Techniqies
3ds Max » Basics — about 9 years ago
Introduction to basic rigging with 3DS Max bones. Learn how to rig this simple lamp model using bones and how to add simple animation controllers. Learn how to introduce IK (Inverse Kinematics) to the rig for easier animation and control...
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