A 3ds Max tutorial covering the modeling, texturing and rendering of a bathroom complete from start to finish.
Great video! Im about to buy 3d Max but which i should buy. Audodesk Maya 2011 that is? Please help~
PS. I bought some skullcandy cans especially so I could hear you more. They worked.
These are very thorough tutorials. I’m kinda new but know abit. I’m struggling with the cutting of the extra lines and also how you got them visible without a poly selection. I’ve looked through all the shortcut keys but as I said, I’m still learning so D’OH, I’m getting a headache because I’m stuck. Any ideas, please? I’m a fighter so will keep trying. You’re awesome anyway, thanks x
This is the best tut ever, thank you soo Much, but still waiting for a vray(hopefully) or a mental ray render tutorial, of the bedroom with good materials, and lighting DD
hey, a good alternative to using ctrl+p is by holding down you middle mouse button (the scroll wheel) and moving the mouse. chances are you may have not had closed edges on the polygons, the only thing i could recommend are to convert the object to an editible poly, put an x-form modifier on it, then again convert it to an editable poly.
first of all great work!!!! its the first time i’ve ever worked with a program like this but really great explanations!
I’ve just got a few questions… (if you’ve got the time to answer)
1.: is there a good alternative to cntl + P (pan view) ?
2.: i had problems getting rid of all of those edges at the end of this video: after i had cut i tried to delete the edges but lot only the edges also whole bits of the designed object disappeared… is there something i did wrong ?
men, may I know what video capture app are you using? Btw, thumps up on your videos. Thanks for these tutorials.
men it is summing up almost 3d max in details and very cool hands on explanation… very good tutorials
yay!! cool tutorial
And Now for Something Completely Different ??? Cool, I like your tutorials!
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