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My First Render Attempt

Discussion in '3d Model and Scene Showroom' started by Death_Punch78, Oct 9, 2014.

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  1. Death_Punch78

    Death_Punch78 Well-Known Member

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    After much trial and error and with zero prior experience with 3ds Max I finally got near what I wanted. Still can't figure out how to get the background to reflect off the floor when or render when I add it into 3ds, so I had to add it in Photoshop. But considering my level of experience I don't think its that bad. I could have done a render request for what I want, but I like to learn new things and try them for myself. I taught myself Photoshop so why not 3ds Max? lol
     

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    +1 For giving it the old college try and trying to do it yourself.. I've always enjoyed trying to learn new things also.. What version of Max are you using?
     
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    2014, it was like looking at a foreign language, but YouTube can be a great learning tool. LOL. Just gotta figure out the wall reflection. I'm sure I will in the next day or so.
     
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    LMAO I'm sitting here testing out some stuff, and yeah what I'm doing feels like it's written in Greek, but I have this stubborn streak in me that loves learning new stuff..

    Yep youtube can 100 percent be your friend when you wanna learn something new. Ah, one version I don't have is Max 2014.. Good luck with it!
     
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    Thanks, I got the wall thing figured out! Now onto realistic indoor lighting
     

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    JBlanford74 FFGFYG

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    Where'd you get the Max 2014 from?


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    JBlanford74 FFGFYG

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    Like the concept...looks like the old Jerry Nadeau/ Joe Nemechek scheme for the Hendrick 25


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    Here you go. I have a few tutorials on my youtube channel. Check out studio lighting. I can also make another tutorial if you guys need any. Hit me up with any questions.
    3DS Max Tutorials - YouTube
     
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