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3ds Max Tutorial - Index
3ds Max Tutorial - The User Interface
3ds Max Tutorial - Working with Files
3ds Max Tutorial - Object and Transformation
3ds Max Tutorial - Modeling
3ds Max Tutorial - Materials and Textures
3ds Max Tutorial - Basic Animation Techniques
3ds Max Tutorial - Lights
3ds Max Tutorial - Cameras
3ds Max Tutorial - Rendering
3ds Max Tutorial - Scene Creation
     

 
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3DS Max Tutorial - Scene Creation

 
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Create a spline shape by selecting the tool “Line” on the shapes panel. Draw a line in the left panel just above the table.

Figure 10-7

Click on Modifier List above the modifier stack display. This is a drop-down list of various modifiers.

From the list, choose Lathe. The Lathe modifier revolves the outline around a central point to create a shape, much like the way wood is turned on a machine lathe.

The vase is now a 3D object. On the parameters rollout of the lathe modifier, click on “Min” in the align section. The object will appear as shown in the figure below.

Figure 10-8

You may need to check “Flip normals” if only the inner surface of the shape is visible while the outer is not.

To create a bed, create a box in the top view with length 10, width 190 and height 50. Place it along the backwall with its base touching the floor. Create another box from the top view with length 10, width 190 and height 50 and place it as shown in the given figure.

Figure 10-9

To make the platform of the bed, create a chamfer box by selecting “Chamfer box” from extended primitives on the create panel with length 168, width 198, height 10 and fillet 25.Position the chamfer box as shown in the figure.

Figure 10-10

Now the model of a bed is complete.

Next you need to model a ceiling fan. You start by drying a profile of the core of the fan with line too. It is done very similarly to the way you did for the flower vase.

Draw a shape in the front view and make it similar to the one shown in the figure below, The topmost end of the shape should touch the ceiling line.

Figure 10-11  

Apply the lathe modifier on this shape. Select “Min” option in the align section. This will give you the core of the fan. Position the core as shown in the given figure.

Figure 10-12  

   

 

 
     
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