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Modeling tips, 3ds max 2013
TheCeLL
post 11 Jan 2013, 5:24
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Being in high school and all, I really do want to try new things, and see what I'm good at.

Recently, I downloaded 3ds max for free as a student (ahahahaha u wish u were young now) and started making models. I made a crappy plane, but it was a start ^^

I was just wondering if there was anything like tutorials, or maybe some tips and advice.
Maybe i could even start a mod for Generals! (yeah, thats probably not gonna happen :c )

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post 11 Jan 2013, 12:42
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Got a few tips here.
1) Start modeling simple objects like tanks or cars from blueprints. Get them at http://www.the-blueprints.com
2) Check out a few video tutorials on YouTube. That helped me a lot too.
3) For more advanced tutorials, have a look at: https://tutsplus.com/tutorials/?q=true&filter_topic=83 (There are some simple tuts there too)
4) Keep practicing.


If you need more help, you can drop me a PM. Who knows? Maybe I need help on my mod :hinthint:


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post 11 Jan 2013, 19:33
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I have a quick question, how do you make tracks for vehicles?

EDIT: nvm i found a tutorial happy.gif

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