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Poly Model a Flying Wing in 3ds Max
Poly Model a Flying Wing in 3ds Max
We start with a small mesh and select an outer edge and hold Shift, then drag to clone a new polygon. Use the Move and Rotate tools to further define the shape and direction of each cloned polygon. We will show you how to build a Flying Wing using Poly Modeling, and preparing the model using 4 point poly's, chamfering tight edge loops to create hard edges before using the TurboSmooth modifier.
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Chamfering Edges - A Micro Beginner Tutorial
Chamfering Edges - A Micro Beginner Tutorial
Learn how to chamfer the edges of a box in 3ds max.
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Polygon Modeling: 7 - Car Body
Polygon Modeling: 7 - Car Body
The modeling of the body of a car can almost always be sliced up into different parts, literally and figuratively speaking. Litereally because most of the time the front and rear bumpers, the entire 'cockpit', mirrors etc. are all loose parts. Figuratively because when you model it, it can be done in steps: first a rough simple (but rightly shaped!) basis and then the refinements, such as chamfering edges and making the creases.
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Edge Chamfering
Edge Chamfering
In this tutorial I will explain edge chamfering and show you how to create really nice smooth objects using a Box, Chamfer and MeshSmooth.
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iPhone - Modelling of the New iPhone
iPhone - Modelling of the New iPhone
Modeling tutorial for the creation of the New iPhone. Easy to follow dialog with quality reference pictures. (Learn the basics of box modeling as well as creation of new polygons, chamfering, extruding, boolean and mesh smoothing techniques)
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Making Iron Rod Chair
Making Iron Rod Chair
In this tutorial we will learn how to make an iron rod chair using Splines and loft only. For seats we will use chamfer boxes.
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