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3DS Max Visualiser


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Price
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£14 inc VAT (was £99)
Offer ends 17 June 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Skills you will master

  • 3D Max
  • Character Modeling
  • Twiking Character
  • Texturing
  • Interfaces 3ds Max
  • Basic Modeling
  • Interior Modeling
  • Wall Modelling
  • Window Modeling
  • Sofa Modeling
  • Dining Table and Chair modeling
  • Bed and Bedroom Modeling
  • Kitchen Modeling
  • TV Panel Modeling
  • Lighting
  • CG Lights
  • Plane Vray Light
  • Dome and Mesh Lights

Jobs you will be eligible for

  • Data Analyst
  • 3Ds Max Visualiser
  • 3D Interior Designer
  • 3D Graphic Designer
  • 3D Visualiser
  • 3D Artist
  • Architect
  • Auto Cad Draughtsman
  • 3D Animator
  • Architectural Draughtsman

Description

Autodesk® 3ds Max® 3D modeling is one of the first generation and highly popular 3D modeling, Animation and rendering applications. It enjoys unprecedented dominance in certain parts of the 3D Industry, which were not visited by any other software of the same domain. Today, 3DS Max Modeling is widely put to use in the architectural designing and high-end rendering of the virtual constructions, its finest computability with world class Computer Aided Designing programs as AutoCAD and SolidWorks kept Max on the top of the chart. Beside the architectural domain, 3DS Max is widely used in the 3D Gaming Industry for its ease in creating low-end polygon models and texturing which relatively consumes less space from the players as well as the developer’s machines.

3DS Max Modeling is one of the largest software ever developed in the History, the numbers of facets it deals and the thousands of tools and features it provides make it is complex software to understand and work. To learn a highly powerful tool as Max can be confusing and sometimes frustrating; especially, for those who don’t have any prior experience with a 3D software. It is highly important to choose a right tutor and a course that can take you deep into the subject matter and give you a proper introduction of every feature 3DS Max Modeling and tool theoretically and take you into the practice session as there is a possibility to easily forget the subject from the myriad of options the software provides you. So, it is crucial to keep in your mind that choose a right course that starts from the level zero.

Some of the core functionalities of 3DS Max software are Character Modeling, Interior Modeling, Exterior Modeling, Texturing, Rendering, Rigging, Animation, Dynamics and Architectural Modeling.

In this 3DS Max Modeling course, we will teach you about one of these important functionalities that are Character Modeling. You will come to know various tricks and methods of modeling a character and much more ways in which you can create 3D surfaces and tweaking polygons.

Prerequisites to learn this course

You should have a minimum 2.4 GHz core 2 or i5/i7 processors on your personal computer to enjoy seamless working.

4GB RAM or higher is recommended and a high capacity hard disk that can accommodate space for a numerous number of files you will save while working on a project.

ATI FirePro or Quadro FX series graphic cards work well with 3DS Max.

A good video card is an essential requirement. You can get any hardware accelerated OpenGL or Direct3D video cards.

On a personal level, a prior knowledge of 3D space will help you understand the 3D Technology quickly.

Your passion for learning and zeal for creativity with help you master the application easily.

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