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Trumpet - Modeling a trumpet in 3DsMax

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Created on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 21:20

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Trumpet tutorial pictureWanted ever to create some musical instrument in 3ds Max? Now you will have the chance!We will use a simple blueprint like a reference and place it in 3ds Max which will allow us to model this instrument step by step like it’s on the reference picture. We will use poly modeling , starting from a basic cylinder and step by step transforming it in a copy of the reference picture. Using the basic and advance techniques of poly modeling we will create a smooth model.

After we will create a basic scene, materials in Mental Ray and lighting which we will use by the final render. At final we will get in touch with some post production Photoshop. A quick gallery from the tutorial , download links and the tutorial you can find at the bottom of this article. If you like the tutorial, want to suggest something or post your work, leave a comment on the forum.

Include:

  • Using reference pictures in  3ds Max
  • Using poly modeling technique from a cylinder
  • Using poly functions to make the details
  • Creating musical instrument 3ds Max
  • Basic materials in Mental Ray
  • Basic lightning and render settings in Mental Ray
  • Post production in Photoshop

Time:

  • 03:50:00

Software used in the tutorial:

  • 3ds Max 2011
  • Photoshop (optional)

Tags: 3dsmax tutorial, 3d animation software, 3ds max modeling tutorial, 3d modeling software, tutorial for 3dsmax, 3d software, 3ds max tutorial, modeling a trumpet, modeling trumpet in 3ds max, trumpet tutorial in 3ds max
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