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Modeling in Discreet 3ds max 6

Course Summary

 Learn the steps needed to model a complete human character, as well as a realistic automobile.   


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    Course Syllabus

     
    • Introduction
    • welcome
    • 1. Introduction to Modeling
    • introduction to the interface
    • real world measurements and grids
    • lighting and cameras for modeling
    • reference materials for modeling
    • 2. Polygonal Modeling
    • editable mesh modeling
    • editable poly modeling
    • using subdivision surfaces
    • 3. Polygonal Modeling in a Human Body
    • setting up
    • modeling the foot
    • modeling the legs
    • modeling the torso part 1
    • modeling the torso part 2
    • modeling the arms
    • modeling the chest
    • modeling the hand - basic
    • modeling the hand - complex
    • finalizing the hand
    • finalizing the body
    • 4. Spline and Patch Modeling
    • introduction to splines
    • introduction to patches
    • using surface to create patches
    • 5. Spline Modeling a Head
    • introduction
    • setup
    • modeling the eye opening
    • modeling the mouth
    • modeling brows and cheeks
    • extruding the model to 3D
    • refining facial features
    • creating a skull
    • converting to polygonal surface
    • refining the eyes
    • refining the nose and nostrils
    • refining mouth, lips and throat
    • finalizing the head
    • attaching the head to the body
    • 6. NURBS Modeling
    • basics of NURBS curves
    • creating NURBS surfaces
    • creating surfaces from curves
    • NURBS blends and fillets
    • curves on surface
    • advanced features
    • 7. Modeling an Automobile with NURBS
    • setup
    • modeling the hood
    • modeling the fenders
    • modeling the side panels
    • using curves to create doors and windows
    • modeling the trunk
    • modeling the roof
    • finalizing the body
    • using rail to create seams
    • creating highlights with projected curves
    • creating bumpers
    • using revolve to create wheels
    • finalizing the model
    • Conclusion
    • goodbye


Course Fee:
USD 25

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

11 - 12 hours / week

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