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3DS Max - Compound Objects - Loft - Part 3

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In this video, we will continue with the Loft series, we will see some additional features in the Scale feature, plus we will learn about another feature called Twist.

3DS Max - Compound Objects - Loft - Part 2

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In this part 2 of the Loft tutorial, we will check more possibilities with this powerful tool, and we will learn about the Scale graph that you can find in the Deformations rollout.

3DS Max - Invisible Sections Problem With Loft - Explained

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In this tutorial, we will look at the issue of invisible cross sections inside the Loft tool. This happens when you choose Editable Splines or shapes with Edit Spline modifier as a cross-section. I will explain why they happen, and what can we do in that scenario.

3DS Max - Compound Objects - Loft -Part 1

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In this tutorial, we will start learning about a very powerful modeling tool in 3DS Max, called Loft, found in the Geometry, Compound Objects section. This tool needs a path and some cross sections, and it contains many powerful features to manipulate and customize the resulting geometry. This is the first video for the Loft tool, and hopefully, as soon as possible, I will make a second one to cover some of the other features of this powerful tool.

3DS Max - Clone And Align

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In this tutorial, we will learn about a very useful tool called Clone And Align.
This tool will let you distribute one or more objects called the Source Objects on to one or more objects called Destination objects. This tool offers many features that allow you to customize the way the distribution should take place.

3DS Max - Unable To Drag and Drop Textures

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In this 3DS Max troubleshooting tutorial, we will deal with the problem of being unable to drag n drop textures from the desktop to an object or sub-object selection in the viewport.

3DS Max - Link Sub Object Elements To An Object

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In this tutorial, we will see how we can bind sub-object elements to an external object using a modifier called Linked XForm, so that when modifying the transforms of this object the sub-object elements will be affected. We will three different scenarios where this modifier can be useful. Of course, you can think of different scenarios of your own. Also, we will see how we can animate the external objects and have the sub-object elements animated without really creating any keyframes for them.

3DS Max - Edit Poly - Different Usage For Animate

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In this tutorial, we will see how we can use the Animate feature in the Edit Poly modifier so that we can, after adding another modifier on top of it, go back and change some of the values of the parameters, like for example, Bevel, Extrude, Inset, etc,...

3DS Max - Group Clone Instance Controller

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In this video, we will see how, when cloning a Group, we can instance the transforms of objects inside the groups. Also, starting from minute 2:08, we will see how we can make the transforms unique again, to avoid issues when, for example, trying to detach an object from a group while its transforms are instanced.

Lesson 14 - 3DS Max - Total Beginners - Intro To TurboSmooth - Part 2

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In this second part of the TurboSmooth modifier's series, we will learn how to use the Smoothing groups option to constrain the smoothing in a certain direction. Also, how can add a second TurboSmooth after that to create a kind of fillet between the polygons.