Join Randi Derakhshani for an in-depth discussion in this video Poly editing, part of Learning 3ds Max.
Polygons make up the surfaces of the objects we're working with. …They're at the heart of what you see at your work. …With this lesson we'll discuss how to use 3DS Max editing tools for polygons. …The graphite modeling tool ribbon is where we'll find them. …We will focus on five of these tools now. This is just an example of what, we're …going to create a very rough version of what you see in the view port now. …Starting with just a box, the first tool we're going to take a look at, is we're …going to take a look at the, Extrude tool.…
If we hit number four on our keyboard that will allow us to access, polygons. …Select a polygon, we're going to select this middle polygon, here, on this front face. …Go to the Polygon tab. Extrude. …Click the little arrow on the right side. Extrude settings. …This will allow us to click and drag on the sliders to move that value in and out. …This is going to end up being the character's nose, so, you know, we don't …want a huge nose. He's sort of like a weird, I don't know, …
- The interface and navigation
- Creating and manipulating objects
- Working with modifiers
- Vertex, edge, and border modeling
- Working in Element mode
- Editable polys and NURMS
- Creating 3D shapes from 2D shapes
- Vertex sub-object editing for splines
- Lathing and lofting splines
Skill Level Beginner
3ds Max 2013 Essential Trainingwith Aaron F. Ross7h 9m Beginner
1. Exploring 3ds Max
2. The Interface and Navigation
3. Creating and Manipulating Objects
4. Working with Modifiers
Using an FFD modifier8m 47s
5. Poly Modeling
6. Spline Modeling
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