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How to make a low poly tire using 3DS Max , xNormals and CrazyBump
How to make a low poly tire using 3DS Max , xNormals and CrazyBump
In this tutorial, the author explains you how to make a lowpoly tire, perfect for those ones who want to learn to make 3D low poly model. You will also use CrazyBump and xNormal to achieve a good result. PS : only the tire is lowpoly, soon we will post a tutorial about lowpoly rims too
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Post Production Effects with VrayZDepth and Depth of Field
Post Production Effects with VrayZDepth and Depth of Field
You will learn how to make post production in Photoshop and 3DS Max.
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How to Make Realistic Jewelry with 3DS Max
How to Make Realistic Jewelry with 3DS Max
This tutorial will quide you to build diamond, BVLGARI ring TRIKA with its materials and video post renderings.
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Post Enhancing Renders
Post Enhancing Renders
Enhancing colours, tone, and sharpness on Terragen renders. Plus naturalising straight edges, and adding a 2d figure to your render.
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Sparks and Electric surge 3DSMax Pflow
Sparks and Electric surge 3DSMax Pflow
Sparks and electric surge in 3ds max This time we learn: - Animating materials transparency - Pflow to make sparks particles - Making a surge with a Spline and animate - Making glow post effect inside 3ds max - Compose particles inside AE
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HDR Rendering in V-Ray
HDR Rendering in V-Ray
In this tutorial we explain what is the HDR rendering and how you can control the brightness of the final render using it, easily getting rich and outstanding pictures. This tutorial answers the following questions: - What is HDR? - What does LDRI mean? - How to post-process HDRIs using Photoshop? - How to render HDRIs from V-Ray? - Which image format is the best to save HDR renders? - How to deal with ovebrights in the window and near it? - How to lighten the dark rendering?
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Making of Eliana
Making of Eliana
This piece is actually created specially to promote the short movie, and this image is one of detailed close-up poster versions of...
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Making of Star Wars Fan Film Poster
Making of Star Wars Fan Film Poster
This image is a work for a Star Wars fan short movie, called Star Wars: The Holo Experience or SW: THX.
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Making Of David Munoz Velazquez's 'Star Wars Fan Film Poster' image
Making Of David Munoz Velazquez's 'Star Wars Fan Film Poster' image
Star Wars fan David Munoz Velazquez created this excellent fan film poster for a recent fan short movie, featuring an iconic Storm Trooper.
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‘Mini Semi Truck’ Modeling – Day 3
‘Mini Semi Truck’ Modeling – Day 3
Today we bring you day 3 of the ‘Mini Semi Truck” tutorials series by Cgtuts+ Co-Editor Ben Tate. In today’s post we’ll be building the remaining pieces of the exhaust system, as well as creating the many parts that make up the truck’s fuel tank and step assembly.
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Ring set - Modeling rings in 3DsMax
Ring set - Modeling rings in 3DsMax
In this tutorial i would like to show you how simple is to do jewelry in 3DsMax. The tutorial is covering modeling using poly-modeling technique of three different rings and as well diamonds. The render is made with Mental Ray and also on the final image is applied some Photoshop postproduction.
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‘Mini Semi Truck’ Modeling – Day 2
‘Mini Semi Truck’ Modeling – Day 2
Today we bring you day 2 of the ‘Mini Semi Truck” tutorials series by Cgtuts+ Co-Editor Ben Tate. In today’s post we’ll continue to block out and detail the truck model by adding the front grill, bumper, headlights and gas tank, as well as the main exhaust pipe sections.
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Pepsi Poster part 1
Pepsi Poster part 1
Tutorial features: • Creation of hi-poly model • Attention to detail • Detailed video tutorial more information on site www.beatframes.net
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Pepsi Poster part 2
Pepsi Poster part 2
Tutorial features: • Creating of particles • Shading • Lighting • Render settings • Detailed video tutorial
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A Look at a 3DsMax to Fusion Post Workflow
A Look at a 3DsMax to Fusion Post Workflow
In today’s tutorial, K.Shane takes a further look at how to take elements rendered in 3DsMax into both Fusion and Photoshop for post-processing, in order to achieve the best result as quickly and efficiently as possible.
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