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M@ty Creator
M@ty Jan 10 2008, 11:33am says:

Would any of you guys appreciate a rendering tutorial (Max)?
Some of the models are god; but renders would really spruce them up something nice :).

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M@ty Creator
M@ty Jan 12 2008, 3:29am replied:

Vid's up. 16 minutes or so. Hit the tutorials section.

Its nothing spectacular; but if you've no clue how to render its a starting point. =]

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TKAzA Creator
TKAzA Jan 10 2008, 10:17pm replied:

Im pretty happy with my portfolio renders
2 omni lights at .5 and a skylight at 150 and .3

But post away awsome gun modeler :D

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M@ty Creator
M@ty Jan 11 2008, 5:38am replied:

Aye, saw you renders; one of the few who have a grasp of it =].

My approach is slightly different; directional target spot with slight orange hue at somewhere between 0.8-1.2 depending on the scene; and a skylight at 0.4, blue hue. Light Tracer and (usually) Catmull-Rom renderer. :)

I'll maybe whack off a quick vid tutorial today... if Camtasia is still working!

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xroman Jan 6 2008, 1:31am says:

so how about we start putting up some work here?

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BunnyJen Jan 12 2008, 10:23pm replied:

I'll post some of mine in a couple of weeks....just finishing my latest character off :D

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mikejkelley Jan 4 2008, 6:07am says:

I know this doesn't exactly relate to game dev, but can anyone point me to tuts/books on using NURBS in 3ds Max. I need a start-to-finish type tut. Thnx! :)

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M@ty Creator
M@ty Jan 10 2008, 8:34am replied:

Hmm; I don't know of that many. NURBs in Max isn't too difficult - but workflow for NURBS is much better in Maya.

Any reason why you absolutely have to use Max?

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DIGI_Byte Jan 8 2008, 6:39am replied:

Most of maxs stuff remains the same in most versions just somethings are moved around, me personally don't like them but I hope the Web pages help.

Also try (havn't checked myself) go help and tutorials and it should open some tutorials page and search for nurbs hope you find something useful.

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xroman Jan 3 2008, 1:35pm says:

I want to join, some of my work is on my profile. I've yet to put up some of my latest work, all that i have up is a year or more old.

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robin_HOOOD Dec 31 2007, 4:27am says:

hi pal
can you guy tell me where to find a good tutorial for 3dsmax?
i really need them.

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xroman Jan 5 2008, 1:29pm replied:

3ds Max comes with a great documentation and tutorials. When you open the program go to the Help tab and then go to Tutorials. Thats where i learned from and i think its the best and easiest way to learn. After u get the basics of it, i say you check out

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mikejkelley Jan 4 2008, 6:00am replied:

Someone once said "knowledge is free, but information costs". Buy this book;

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