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3ds Max Tutorials

3ds Max » Animation — about 8 years ago
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In this video tutorial Roberth Vala looks at how to practice animation timing and the placement of keys.
3ds Max » Animation — over 5 years ago
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This is the second part of the previous chapter of Rigging in 3Ds Max. Continuing from the last chapter we will learn how to add a controller with the IK-FK system we created in the last chapter. You should have the knowledge of reaction manager in 3Ds Max before you go through this chapter. Hope you will enjoy this.
3ds Max » Basics — over 5 years ago
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The Battle for 3D; 3ds Max vs Maya. Read this to find out which one is best for you.
3ds Max » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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In this video tutorial, Roberth Vala looks at an easy and fast way to distribute custom objects on any given surface.
3ds Max » Basics — over 8 years ago
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Tom Isaksen brings some more 3ds Max tips and tricks our way in this quick little tutorial....
3ds Max » Basics — about 8 years ago
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How to play with camera
3ds Max » Animation — over 5 years ago
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Hello and welcome to the third chapter of the rigging in Autodesk Maya. In this chapter we will cover the arm joints and also learn how to mirror a joint chain in a seamless manner. You will also see how the proper naming of joints help while rigging from the beginning. Happy learning.
3ds Max » Basics — almost 9 years ago
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Themis Benetatos show us how to create and texture a football / soccer ball using 3ds Max.
3ds Max » Animation — over 5 years ago
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Human ear always seems to be one of the most critical for modeling. This series of tutorial will cover the basic anatomy of the human ear and how we can create that in simple way. Hope you will enjoy this
3ds Max » Animation — over 5 years ago
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Use the 3ds Max Cloth modifier to make flag animations. Learn to use Gravity and Wind to make your animation look right. Use the viewport to run the animation, or export a quality rendering.
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