This is the first part of the video tutorials on how to model a bed in 3ds Max and Marvelous designer where if you follow this tutorial you can end up with a nicely detailed bed.
Today we will try to remake the thor sequence where the tornade is building in the clouds and striking the earth surface.
This tutorial is for users with basic knowledge in max script or any other object oriented language. Here I explained everything step by step.
This is just a quick and an efficient way of doing nice explosions.For this scene you will need 2 gizmo’s, 3 omni lights and 1 lens flare.First of all you will need 2 gizmo’s : 1 box and 1 sphere. As shown below: Add combustion(fire effect in 3dsMax R4) to both of them with the […]
In this tutorial the viewer learns how to use Autoweight to create skin-weights automatically within a couple of minutes for a complete character.
In this video tutorial I show you a nice trick if you modeling a head or something like that. With this little trick, it helps you by modeling your mesh. Download video file Talk about this tutorial at the Forum >> 3DM3.comCopyright © martijn emmerzaalEdit by StrykerSource: http://www.3dm3.com
In this video, from “Production Instruction with 3ds Max 2010: Volume I”, we’ll take advantage of mental ray’s ProMaterials to create a nice clay render of the interior scene we’ve been working on. By rendering using the technique shown in this video, we can create a clean and clear render that showcases our work in […]
To make a bolt, in the beginning it will be necessary a preparation on which to be cut a groove. Two cylinders a necessary for preparation. The first cylinder on which there will be a groove: CylinderRadius: 50,0Height: 240,0Cap Segments: 2Sides: 24 The second cylinder:CylinderRadius: 100,0Height: 40,0Cap Segments: 2Sides: 6 Now, attach both cylinders by […]
It’s a tutorial about making a ceiling you see in cathedrals. Download this tutorial in HQ, click here. Download video file Talk about this tutorial at the Forum >> 3DM3.comCopyright © MartijnEdit by StrykerSource: http://www.emmerdesign.nl