If you get stuck, maybe you can just download the file and move onto the next section.Find the downloads in the External Resources for this section.I show so many tips and tricks that I use everyday to pump out arch viz projects fast and on budget. If you're still not sure, check out the preview videos. Remember, I will provide the files and download links that you need for everything. Come with nothing, leave with a finished project and a great knowledge base. Sure beats a semester at community college :) *30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!There is no need to sacrifice quality and creativity if you can fly through the project quickly and on budget. COMING SOON: If you feel like you have mastered the basics, I have now added more advanced / obscure techniques that can really help your images to stand out, and much more will be coming soon, including a professional V-Ray interior shot that is completely photoreal. Also, check out my profile to the left and see some of my portfolio. (If you hate it, get a refund) -Adam Zollinger Professional (self-taught and ready to teach you) 3d Artist Welcome to the course! This video will give you a small idea of the kinds of images that I create using 3ds max.Keep in mind, you do not typically need formal training to get a job in 3D.What it takes is an awesome portfolio, so let's get started on yours.3d is not just my hobby, it is also how I support my family. Everything you need to get started is in this course.
I am now adding new lectures all the time, including (depending on when you read this) a whole new section of interior renderings done completely in 3ds Max 2016 and V-Ray 3.2. I go over more about the various buttons and toolbars in Max.*Recent Student Feedback "The Missing Link Having done numerous on-line 3D courses I am always looking for new ways of doing things to speed up production and modeling.The course although basic is very well structured with very few ambiguities.In this long winded video, with a few too many "uhms," I explain all the important parts of transforms in 3ds Max. Hopefully you are feeling a little more comfortable finding your way around in Max, so it is time to start an actual project. In this video I will talk about reference images, and show you how to set them up.I also talk about cloning objects, and the difference between instances and copies. I will also show you how to set up CAD from files, if you've got 'em. It will make your life a lot easier as you move forward. I am going to be making the project file available for download as I go along.
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