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This training course is designed for users with an intermediate level knowledge of 3ds Max who are already familiar with general modeling features. The training course is designed to teach students an advanced and highly efficient way to create complex objects for visualization projects, whether it’s a chair or a vase, car or chandelier, tree or bath tub… just about anything. Students will be shown nearly every modeling tool available in 3ds Max for fast and effective work. The instructor will demonstrate how to improvise and use unique modeling techniques to find best ratio between speed and quality. Using practical exercises and visual examples, students will learn useful tools and commands, critical modifiers, hidden powers of Editable Poly and Editable Spline objects, modeling tips and tricks, how to create materials and textures, and much more.
Alexander Gorbunov began using 3d Studio for the first time in 1996 when he started his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the Ukraine State Maritime Technical University in Nikolaev, Ukraine…[Read Bio ]
Overview of general practices, industry standards and examples evaluated
Principles and workflow of furniture and other complex model creation
Advanced 3ds Max 2010 interface features and optimization of models
Deep analysis practical application of all available 2D shapes & 3D geometry
Editable spline – deep analysis and practical
Editable poly – deep analysis and practical application
Interactive modeling – model #1, low complexity
Compound objects – deep analysis and practical application
Modifiers – deep analysis and practical application
Interactive modeling – model #2, medium complexity
Interactive modeling – model #3, medium complexity
Interactive modeling – model #4, high complexity
Advanced material application to complex models
Tips and tricks
Additional software and plugins to improve performance