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Thursday, 13 September 2012

3DS Max Tutorial: Particles Emitter Part 1 - Snow

This is the first of a series of tutorial I am going to be creating. In this first series I will be showing particle emitters. This video starts with 3D Studio Max's snow emitter.

Since I started teaching visual effects in the capacity of VFX consultant 2 months  ago, I am faced with the repeated need to reiterate how to use certain features of the software because students could not remember, and needed to be reminded. So I decided to keep a collection of tutorials that students (and myself) can revise to.


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  2. It could be a simple task if you apply the right 3D animation rendering and modeling software and practice the right tutorial. Speaking of 3D software, 3DS Max is one of the comprehensive 3D modeling, rendering, and 3D animation software which used by most of the game developers, visual effects artists and design visualization specialists.

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  3. Really, it's a very good work on 3D and i just love it.Its really important for me to learn each and every part of 3d world to make my work better and better...I have visited your blog for the first time and found it a well organized blog.

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