Extruding shapes


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Extruding shapes

Now that I've got my 2D line, I'm ready to extrude it out in order to create a surface for my backdrop. So I will hit Alt+W and go out to Perspective view. And with my line selected, I will add an Extrude modifier. And Extrude just takes a line and makes it into a surface. When I add it, I have to immediately increase the amount because otherwise I won't actually see the surface if it has an Extrude amount of 0. So I will have to increase that. And I do want to make this fairly large as I mentioned before. So I am going to give it an Amount of 50 feet.

So type in 50' and then Enter. So that's the Extrude. You'll see it now being shown as black on our front side. If I orbit around to the back, you'll see green shaded on the backside, because it's got a green object color. Okay, well I am going to change that up. First of all, I am going to rename this. I am going to call this cyclorama. Press Enter and I want to change the object color too just so I am not distrac...

Extruding shapes
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Extruding shapes 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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