Snow


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Snow

Max's snow particle effect is another one of the holdovers from the early days of 3ds Max. And it works great for creating things like snow or confetti. It also offers a little more versatility over the Spray particle system by giving you a few additional settings for tumbling and rotation effects, in addition to a couple of extra render options. Let's drop one into our Top view. Now as you scrub the Timeline, you'll see how the particles travel in the direction of the icon stack and move in a random side-to-side fashion. Let's take our Front viewport full screen for closer inspection.

We've got some controls as far as the way the particles display in view. Over on the right in the top particle section, you see we've got Flakes, Dots, and then Ticks. Render wise, we can output in six-point stars, triangles, or facing particles. Now as far as the particle count, you've got controls for both the viewport and during render. Both are located at the top of our setti...

Snow
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Snow provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Steve Nelle as part of the Particle Effects in 3ds Max

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3D + Animation
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3ds Max
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