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3ds Max Tutorials

3ds Max » Animation — over 9 years ago
An Introduction to Subdivision (High-Poly) Modeling Tools and Techniqies
3ds Max » Animation — almost 7 years ago
In this video tutorial, you will learn how you can creates the shapes of wires using PFlow in 3ds Max. This technique will helps you in achieving different and artistic results
3ds Max » Animation — almost 9 years ago
Being creative with the dynamic systems in our 3D applications can produce stunning, exciting and elegant results. In this tutorial, Sachin Joshi walks us through one such example using Particle Flow in 3Ds Max, showing us how to assemble and disassemble objects within your scene.
3ds Max » Lighting — almost 12 years ago
The effect could be achieved in 3D Studio Max using Mental Ray as render engine and Mental ray glass material.
3ds Max » Lighting — about 11 years ago
Lighting a bedroom using Radiosity. Achieve natural lighting using sunlight coming through opened windows and doors
3ds Max » Lighting — over 11 years ago
We will illuminate the scene with the help of one light source and one HDRI
3ds Max » Lighting — over 9 years ago
Making Realistic Water in 3DS Max
3ds Max » Basics — almost 9 years ago
In this Basix tutorial we will discuss in an informal manner everything you need to know about the essential operators and workflow within Particle Flow. We will learn what each setting does inside the basic operators, and create a small mortar explosion, precisely controlled with various methods, as well as completely procedural.
3ds Max » Animation — almost 12 years ago
Reactor is a powerful tool that comes with 3d Studio Max, it makes it possible to simulate realistic dynamics based on physically-defined properties, such as hard body, soft body, cloth, and liquid.
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