3DPalace: Stormbringer by Chris Robson - DVD 1 1276 x 974 | 22050 Hz | 3.53 GB | AVI Gender: elearning
The company 3D-Palace is 2-disc (which is more than 30 hours) video lesson on creation of a spacecraft "Stormbringer". Considered in detail all the stages of work on each part of the interstellar iron horse. The disks are also the basic scene and required materials.
This 30 + hour training set comes on two data DVDs, and shows you every stage of the process to go from a completely empty workspace to a completed scene, even adding in bonus sections to show you how to achieve an animated take-off, multiple assignments of complex procedural metal materials using Mental Ray, creation of environmental prefabs for scene setup, adapting an existing low poly mesh from your existing model and adapting it for higher poly use, creation of additional scene elements (the shuttles) and a lot more besides . This tutorial includes: - Polygon modelling (basic to advanced) - Spline cage modelling - Box modelling - Basic to Advanced materials creation in Max - Complex direct rigging of mechanical high poly objects for animation - Scene animation of complex mechanical objects - Creation of buildings using outside applications for import into 3ds Max By the end of this tutorial there is no reason that you should not be able to create this entire piece. This tutorial is suitable for an intermediate use of 3ds Max and assumes that the end user has knowledge of the interface and functionality. This tutorial is produced in accordance with the fair use policy as regards to the provision or creation of educational materials. We neither claim nor accept legal ownership of the IP "Serenity" or "Firefly" - "Stormbringer" is a creation based upon these works for the express purpose of showing the end user the necessary stages needed to produce a high grade model that would be suitable for consideration for Film and Telivision FX or Games cutscenes. 3D-Palace is the worlds largest 3ds Max video training site, also now focusing on XSI, Maya, Rhino, C4D and LW. We have over 1000 hours of free video training on site as well as a large collection of subscriber tutorials and a selection of in house produced training DVDs.