Working with TurboSmooth


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Working with TurboSmooth

Now, I am ready to actually make this into a sub-division surface model, and in 3ds Max actually there are several modifiers that can accomplish this. The one that you usually want to choose is called TurboSmooth, and the reason it's called TurboSmooth is because it's very fast. You will get very good performance in your Viewports with TurboSmooth. There are a couple of other flavors of sub-D. There is something called MeshSmooth, and there is something called HSDS. You don't really need to worry about those. We will just use TurboSmooth. And I will go ahead and add that now, and you will see, I have added it above the symmetry modifier, and I have done that so that the smoothing will occur across the seam, so in other words, I have got let's go down here and turn off Show end result.

I have got half of a box. Then it's being mirrored, and then it's being smoothed. In that way, I will get a nice, smooth transition across the seam. If I had Turbosmoothed it below the ...

Working with TurboSmooth
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Working with TurboSmooth 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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