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Modeling a Table

A table is super simple to model, it consists of just one modified box for the top, and four boxes for the legs. Let’s get started. 1) Create a box that is 50 by 80 by 1 units. And make sure it has only 1 length, width, and height segments. Make sure everything is exactly […]
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Modeling a Cup and Assigning a Material

Hey, lets make some cups to set on that table we modeled earlier. 1)Click on the Create Tab, then click on Geometry, then choose Cylinder. This will create a….cylinder. Give it the following values. 2) Convert your cylinder to Editable Poly by selecting it, right clicking, and going to Convert To, and select Editable Poly. […]
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Leather material in 3D Studio Max

Leather is one of the most used materials in the field of Furniture design. Especially for design of sofas or couches. It is quite easy to obtain a good leather material. The leather material quality strongly depends on the illumination in your scene. Before you start to create the leather in the material editor you […]
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Making of Worker Robot

I decided to create the robot I’ve been imagining since childhood. I think the most important thing that helped me in the creation of the robot was the beautiful inspiration of the Brazil movie
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How to create a swimming pool model with 3ds max

Welcome to my new tutorial. I will show you how to design a swimming pool using splines within 3ds max, but the methods used in this tutorial can be applied to any 3d modeling package that features spline and poly modeling tools. This tutorial is pretty straight forward and is designed for beginners and experienced […]
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Creating Next-Gen Environment Textures

This tutorial is targeted at medium level users and will present the process of texturing a photorealistic building that has already been modeled. I will focus on the texturing process in particular, even though the modeling and UVs are also important for the final look of the building.
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Creating a “Velvet/Suede” finish with V-Ray or mental ray

After few requests to post a tutorial about creating a velvet/suede fabric finish, I have managed to put something together. The following tutorial works for both V-Ray and mental ray. One of the most distinctive characteristics of the velvet/suede finish is its soft textured effect with two contrasts that transcend across the entire surface. This […]