Sunday, 24 February 2013

3ds Max 2013 - Animation Polishing Techniques..

Hello dear members,

Today we give you this set of 3ds Max videos.
We will learn techniques for polishing animations in 3ds Max 2013.

This training provide you with tips that will help you to maintain control over your character's performance with saving time.


Course Details :-
Run Time: 1 hour.
HD Videos 720 p.
Required Software: Autodesk 3ds Max 2013.






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Saturday, 16 February 2013

Rendering Techniques ( Cinema 4D )....


This course introduces :-
- The many advanced features of the CINEMA 4D rendering and lighting tool sets.






- Discover how to better simulate real-world surfaces, photography, and lighting scenarios.
- How to add realistic shallow depth-of-field effects with the physical renderer, use blurry reflections to create a type treatment, and light scenes with HDRI photographs and global illumination.
- Plus learn tricks for achieving similar effects under tight deadlines.







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Monday, 4 February 2013

3D Models Vol.05

Hello dear members

Today we post new volume of 3d models.
It contain :-

1- Black Betty Chair
Fillippo Dell'Orto, 2003
Chair with steel legs and hard polyurethane shell, lacquered with scratchproof embossed paint in the same colour (red, black or white). Seat upholstered and covered with fabrics and leathers in catalogue.


2- Vitra MVS Chair
Maarten Van Severen, 2000

Although MVS looks like a sculptural object at first glance, as soon as you use it you realize just how comfortable it is. The soft, elastic upholstery fits the body's contours, making it an extremely comfortable recliner. The frame construction makes it easy to shift from a sitting to a lying position.


3- Vitra, Cite Armchair
Jean Prouve, 1930

Cite Armchair is one of Prouve's early masterpieces, designed for a competition for furnishing the halls of residence at Nancy's cite universitaire. Prouve himself used this armchair with its dynamic appearance, its characteristic coated sheet steel rockers and broad leather arm support straps in the living room of his house. Moulded sheet steel base, seat and back in single-piece fabric or leather cover, armrests made of natural leather straps. 84 ? 68 ? 95 cm


4- Vitra, LCW and DCW Charles Eames, Ray Eames, 1946

Charles and Ray Eames spent many years experimenting with new processes for optimizing the way three-dimensionally moulded plywood fits the contours of the body. The result was the Plywood Group, with its moulded plywood seat, backrest and base. The organic shape and the wood's cosy warmth invite users to sit down and relax.
LCW = Longe Chair Wood
DCW = Dining Chair Wood


5- Vitra, Monopod
Jasper Morrison, 2008

Jasper Morrison’s Monopod is a sculptural peice, vaguely reminiscent of primordial stone or wooden objects. The Monopod stands sturdily, tapering with an elegant curve to a wedge-shaped backrest. As a small visitor armchair, the Monopod is a companion for sofas and larger armchairs, and in public areas thanks to its solidity can be used in lounges and reception areas. The structure of the armchair, with its plastic shell upholstered on the inside means that the Monopod retains its precise shape even if used for lengthier periods and is very comfortable.






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