“3ds Max Speed Modeling for 3D Artists”
Mooney Thomas | 130 MB
Flex your speed modeling muscles using 3ds Max
Learn to speed model in 3ds Max, with an emphasis on hard surfaces
Up to date coverage, covering 3ds Max 2013 featuring chronicle this
Focused explanations with step-driven practical lessons balance learning and action
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“3ds Max Speed Modeling for Games” will help level up your 3D modeling skills. It focuses on hard surface modeling, and shows the range of tools and techniques in 3ds Max 2013.
This book shows content creation methods aimed at 3ds Max modelers preparing to show their skill to the industry. The key feature of modeling that artists must exhibit is speediness while preserving technical accuracy. The author helps you follow set project guidelines while pushing creativity and outlines the entire workflow from concept development to exporting a game-ready model.
The book begins with introductions for new users to the interface and modeling tools, and progresses to topics aimed at users already familiar with 3ds Max, who want to improve their content creation process. You’ll also see ways 3ds Max content is used with other applications, like sculpting software and game editors, and learn featuring chronicle this of speed modeling, efficient workflow, re-use of content, and tips on getting more done, more quickly.
By the end of this book you will possess and dominate learned key topics in modeling, ready to face professional level work with elan.
What you will learn from this book
Modeling processes using the Ribbon
Ways to create a customized UI for accessing modeling tools faster
Modeling using modifiers and deformations
UV mapping and topology effect readiness for sculpting
How to work with GoZ and ZBrush
Procedures for painting models using Viewport Canvas
Concepts of game-readiness
Retopology and polygon reduction methods
Easy rigging, skinning and animation walk-throughs
Gain fluency in UV mapping and texture creation
How to render and present your models for your folio
Step by step illustrated tutorials represented as supported by a focused commentary. The examples represented as designed to proceed from starting to model through model finishing to putting models to work within projects and presentation. The book shows both – the entire flow of asset creation and granular methodology.
Who this book is written for
This book will appeal to anyone interested in 3D modeling who wants to improve their speed modeling ability, particularly artists whose work is relevant to industries where hard surface modeling or model prototyping is required, such as games, films, or visualization.