Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
Caustics allow us to simulation of transmission of lights through the transparent material or refractive material or reflected off over the surface, it'll work well with surfaces like glass, water reflections. Caustics are really great light effects that we can observe in liquids, glass objects and gems .In this tutorial , we are going to simulate the caustic effect of a glass
In Part 1 tutorial you have created a nice candle fire effect. Now, in this tutorial section, we will enhance the effect by adding and animating lighting.
You will create a candle fire effect using 3ds max in this tutorial. There are many ways to create fire effect, and this one will use Environment Fire Effect.
This tutorial will show you in 8 different parts how to model a bicycle.
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.
In this tutorial I will show you how to model simple but cute cartoon bear. Here, I am just using simple primitives and modifiers. But, hey it's work.
This is the second part in our tutorial on exporting 3D Max models into Unity 3D Engine. In this part we show you how to setup scene size, terrain, light and camera.
In this tutorial Crystal Russell will show you how to model a sideboard buffet for an interior scene using 3D geometry.
In this tutorial you will learn to create a simple wet material using 3ds max. This material is very useful when you want to create water creature, for example snail, fish, etc.
Preparing a model in 3D Studio Max for use in Unity 3D.
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