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3DS Max object with sphere scattered on vertexes to show how to add vertex in 3ds max rendernode
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3D Modeling, 3DS Max, Tutorials

5 Ways to Add a Vertex in 3DS Max

3D modeling software packages come with a dizzying number of tools to help create just about any type of geometry. These tools can create spheres, particle systems, procedural objects, and even animate objects! No matter how powerful these types of tools are, almost every project requires the manual editing of 3D models. Knowing how to add a vertex in 3DS Max can help avoid starting from scratch and even make adding complexity much easier. Below...

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The 11 Best 3D Modeling Software Packages

The most polarizing characteristic that separates phenomenal 3D artists from good 3D artists is raw talent. No amount of software will ever make up for a shortfall of raw talent. Having the best 3D software for the job will help one express their talent to the fullest—and knowing the best 3D modeling software for the job at hand will make that expression even fuller. Overview Among all the 3D modeling programs software packages out there are...

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3D Modeling, Photoshop, Texturing, Tutorials

Creating Bump Maps in Photoshop

Bump maps are used in imaging software, usually 3D rendering software, to simulate texture on a surface. This might be the slight indentations of grain textures on wood or the deep scarring of a war-torn concrete wall. Bump maps are probably the easiest way to add an extra dimension of photorealism and should be part of any 3D artists standard texturing workflow. Highlights Bump maps save time in simulating texture effects on 3D models Bump...

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