# Tagged '3ds max 2d'

## Lesson 12 - 3DS Max - Total Beginners - 2D Shapes - Part 6 - Cross Section

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In this video, we will learn about this nice feature inside the 2D shapes called Cross Section, where you can create a cross-section between existing splines sub-object levels. Also, we will see how we can create a surface from these cross-sections by adding a Surface modifier and explaining some of its parameters

## 3DS Max - Tip - Match Tangency Of 2D Splines

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In this video, we will learn how to match the tangency of 2D splines on their endpoints so that they can flow smoothly.

## Lesson 11-3DS Max-Total Beginners-2D Shapes Intro-part 5 - Mirror - Add Vertices

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In this video, we will learn how to mirror a sub-object element in a spline shape and how to determine a custom axis for the mirror operation. In the second part, we will see how we can add new vertices to an existing spline.

## Lesson 10-3DS Max-Total Beginners-2D Shapes Intro-part 4- Booleans - Outline

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In this video, we will learn about 2 new features related to 2D shapes,
Boolean and Outline.

## Lesson 9-3DS Max-Total Beginners-2D Shapes Intro-part 3-Chamfer Fillet Trim Extend

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In this 3rd part of the 2D intro, we will learn about 4 new features related to the Spline objects: Chamfer, Fillet, Trim and Extend.

## Lesson 8-3DS Max Total Beginners-2D Shapes-Intro part 2-Types Of Vertices

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In this 2nd part of the Intro to 2D Shapes, we will learn about the 4 types of vertices, what they mean, how we can convert one to another, and at the end, we will learn how to copy/paste the tangency handle (orientation and size) from one vertex to another.

## Lesson 7 - 3DS Max - Total Beginners - 2D Shapes Intro - part 1

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In this 8th video of the total beginners series, we will start learning about 2D shapes. We will learn about the sub-object levels that the 2D shapes are made of. Also, we will learn about two features to manipulate the 2D shapes: Break and Weld. In addition, we will see what it means to have an Opened or Closed 2D shapes, and why it's important to learn that.