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Creating base objects

Creating base objects: Creating a Environment Kit Design for Games
Creating base objects: Creating a Environment Kit Design for Games

A base object is a simplified or plain version of the final object. We can use these easy to make objects to plan out our scene before investing a lot of time in detailed final versions. These "grey boxed" versions help us determine the final height and volume of our final detailed versons. Often, these grey boxed dstand in objects will point out grid issues we may have with certain objects ahead of time, before we invest a lot of time modeling the final versions.

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3D + Animation Materials Modeling Textures 3ds Max

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