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In this quick and concise video tutorial, I am going to demo you how to create realistic air explosion with SitniSati Afterburn 3.2.
Creating amazing pieces of art from the simplest shape really demonstrates the power of 3ds Max 9.
Modeling a snail similar like the ones in Flushed Away The Movie.
This tutorial will show you how to create a realistic football ball object in 3D studio max.
Create a classic soccer ball in 3D studio using these easy steps.
Make this realistic 3D sandal model in 3D studio max
Model this modern looking 3D chair object and apply texture with this tutorial
Balancs spirit is an illustration which I carried out for my training to carry out a realistic character.
I have always been fascinated by those amazing mexican figthers so I decided to create a 3D charicature of one of them.
you will learn some important tricks with lighting and rendering.
Tutorial about modeling, lighting and texturing of ancient passage.
Modeling a dolphin from just a single plane. Detailed step by step tutorial
A Short Video Tutorial on how to create Grass using the PF Source particle system.
I tried to reproduce the glamour of it, showing how big and beautiful the Coliseum is.
Learn how to easily and quickly make a Plexiglas material using 3ds max.
An introduction to this modifier for you to expand upon to make mapping easier and tidier.
Basic Vray material tutorial, learning you how to create realistic plastic material in Vray.
Tutorial goes through step by step how to texture an iPhone using 7 sub materials, all raytrace.
This tutorial shows you how to use 2-sided material in 3dsmax 8 with VRay to achieve light passing through translucency material like paper.
Hello, I just want to show you the way to make quite nice rondom looking grass. I hope that it will b usefull to you.
How to create a realistic glass material with vRay
In this tutorial we will show you how to apply and add wooden material in tables and chairs. Process is pretty much the same for various objects.