Creating 3D visualization rendering autodesk 3ds Max software, brings not only the look and feel for the image, but also helps to visualize the design in reality. This full-featured 3D modeling, animation, rendering, and effects solution is used to produce stunning interior & exterior 3D visualization rendering, top-selling games and award-winning film and video content.
In this post, we want to showcase 25 great 3DS Max tutorials around for all levels covering modeling, materials, lighting and animation in 3DSMax. You will find full-featured 3D modeling, animation, rendering, and effects solution that should appeal to all users from beginners all the way to the most seasoned and advanced users of 3DS Max.
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1. Interior Lighting by using Mental Ray (Video Tutorial)
In this 12 minutes video tutorial will explain you how to use Sunlight, Skylight in the daylight interior scene and render through mental ray. Overall, this is very informative tutorial which will explain you everything without a sound.
2. Rendering Objects using Vray (Video Tutorial)
This video tutorial is created by artist Giorgio Luciano in 3ds max using Vray, covering the caustics, reflection, GI in a scene.
3. Chair Modeling – Spline Technique (Video Tutorial)
This is a basic tutorial to understand how to use the SPLINES effectively in the field of Interior/Furniture Design. This tutorial is based only on splines. It is very important that your chair has the correct dimensions, otherwise the rendering with Mental Ray will not be optimal.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to make basic rain-fall animation against a matching background in 3dsmax. The final result would be as shown below:
This tutorial will guide you on how to make the cover material from the wood floors (parquet), and I assume that this tutorial is intended for the beginner level and understand the use of basic software on the’3dsMax ‘ very well.
This tutorial will guide you on how to make a 3d icon in 3D Studio Max.
This tutorial will cover the wide spectrum of creating (i.e. modelling, a bit-mapping, texturing, shading and rendering) a nice scene containing lots of bullets.
Learn how to create a fly-through of a realistic cloud tunnel that renders relatively fast, using 3D Studio Max with no plugins or 3rd party renderers.
10. Modeling the New James Bond Introduction (Video Tutorial)
How to recreate the opening gun barrel sequence from the two newest James Bond movies in 3d Studio Max using the default scanline renderer, minimal modeling, and only standard materials.
11. 3D Modeling Car Rim (Video Tutorial)
This is quite a useful 3ds max tutorial which explains, the 3d modeling process of a Car Rim in a very detailed manner.
Making of “Time is running” using 3d Studio Max + VRay. Everything is modelled in 3ds max 2008 mostly from standard geometry and some splines with lathe like the lampshade.
How to model and texture to get a really cool looking neon sign which could be used in a veriety of ways.
Using 3ds max you can create fur with ease, because 3ds max equipped with bulit in Hair And Fur modifier since version 8. In this tutorial you will learn how to create animal fur using 3ds max.
Dispersion is one of the effects that are used very often. It is quite simple and has wide usage almost everywhere where it comes to create some special effects. Here is how to get dissolving objects effect using particles.
16. Night Interior Rendering Tutorial (using vray and 3d max)
The entire model is created based on a CAD plan, then imported into 3D Studio Max and organized into layers.
Learn how to add a snow cape in any object using a very simple trick.
Glowing materials are very useful to create light effects. For example a neon-light effect. This kind of material is a light-emitting material. It will create light and shadows like an Omni Light.
This tutorial is about the illumination of a room, illuminated by sunlight coming through a window ( ideal for living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms ).
24. Gold Material (Video Tutorial)
In this interactive video not only learn but also create a material online with instructions in 3ds max
Creating Kung Fu Panda Animation in a minute using motion capture data
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