AuthorAaron F. Ross
This course was created by Aaron F. Ross. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.
- Choosing a workspace
- Navigating in viewports
- Modeling with primitives and modifiers
- Extruding polygons with the Editable Poly ribbon
- Choosing a renderer
- Lighting a scene
- Managing and applying materials
- Organizing scenes
- Creating and editing keyframes
- Creating a physical camera
- Rendering an image sequence
Skill Level Beginner
- [Aaron] Hi, I'm Aaron F. Ross. 3ds Max is a comprehensive software package for creating 3D models, animation, and renderings. To help you get started in this deep and powerful application, I've authored this video training course in learning 3ds Max 2021. Whether you're working in animation, visual effects, motion graphics, games and interactive media, or design visualization, you'll find that 3ds Max is a useful tool set for accomplishing your production goals. In this course I'll lead you through the interface, concepts, and basic techniques of this versatile, and user friendly 3D program. With the firm foundation that this course provides, you'll be ready to build your skills in whatever area of 3D content creation interests you. Let's get started learning 3ds Max 2021.
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Using the exercise files1m 36s
1. First Steps
3. Shading and Materials
5. Layout and Animation
Next steps1m 17s
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