Adding randomness with the Noise Modifier


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Adding randomness with the Noise Modifier

Having added a Push Modifier with various volume selections to bubble out those cushions a little bit, I want to also make this look more lived in by adding randomness. And 3ds Max makes it easy to do that with the Noise Modifier. Modifiers can be applied to single objects, but they can also be applied to multiple objects at the same time. So that's what I'm going to do here. I'm going to go around and select each one of these with the Ctrl key. Select all of my cushions, and I can add a Noise Modifier to all of them.

You'll see I have eight objects selected listed in the Modify panel. Go to Modifier List, I'm looking for Noise. Scrolling down. There is Noise. I've got an orange Gizmo surrounding the objects that indicates the extent of the Noise Modifier. In the Modifier Stack, you'll see the word Noise is in Italics. That indicates that this Modifier is instanced across more than one object. In other words, an identical effect is being applied to more than on...

Adding randomness with the Noise Modifier
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Adding randomness with the Noise Modifier provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the 3ds Max 2011 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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3ds Max
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