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lynda.com-3dsmax 6 Modeling,Character Animation and Rigging,Texturing and Lighting
English | SVQ3 179Kbps | 880x660 5fps | MP3 64Kbps | 4.41 GB

Description :character Animation – 6.75 hours
Character Rigging – 4 hours
Modeling – 10 hours
Texturing and Lighting – 6.5 hours
All individual images (except Texturing and Lighting – is a folder) so that you can download anything separately if necessary
800 x 660 Quicktime
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In day 3 of the multi-part “Civil War Cannon” series, available exclusively to our Premium subscribers. Chris continues working towards completing the cannon’s detailed under carriage and barrel mounting system, by adding many of the remaining detail pieces. Including the clamps, chains and rivets. So let’s continue on!…

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If there is one thing that can truly control the balance of speed versus quality in Vray it is image sampling. Image sampling is basically part of anti-aliasing. This tab can take your renderings from 20 second quick tests to 30 minute high quality renders without having to adjust any other aspect of the rendering. They control anything from fine detailed textures, to glossy reflections and refraction, to aspects like depth-of-field and motion blur, all at once. This tutorial helps to make sense of each one and simplify the process. Control the quality of the rendering in the most efficient way.

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In this lecture, Tim breaks down the process of rendering passes out of 3ds Max and demonstrates how to composite them together in Digital Fusion. Learn how to generate many different types of passes and how they are used in production. Identify and correct commonly occurring issues, from incorrect matte edges to bit depth and color correction. Acquire an understanding of what happens under the hood inside your 3D software and how to mimic that behavior while compositing to produce the highest quality renders. Tim demonstrates his techniques using Scanline, V-Ray and Brazil.

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Papervision3D (PV3D) is a popular open source 3D engine for Flash. It enables to create advanced three-dimensional objects displayed real time right in the web browser. With Papervision3D designers bring an impressive visual experience and user interaction to the web visitors. Interactive environment captivates and gives an opportunity to enjoy navigation and content exploring process. PV3D provides great solutions for product showcasing websites, advertising campaigns and portfolio designs.

Below you can find a collection of impressive Papervision3D websites and tutorials that hopefully will inspire you and give you an idea about how this technique can be used in your projects. It is important to remember that being based on Flash, Papervision3D often has similar issues in usability and is not recommended to be used in developing websites where simplicity and accessibility are essential.

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This is a follow-up of the Night Exterior Rendering Tutorial that I have written a while ago, so if you haven’t checked that one already, I advice you to read it before this one.

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1)    For the first step of this tutorial you need to choose a photo for the background. Try to find a picture that is rich in colors, with shades of blue for the sky instead of black.
2)    Create a plane and place it at the exterior, perpendicular to the camera, like in the picture bellow.

 

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