3ds Max Design Architectural Visualization. For Intermediate by Brian L. Smith

By Brian L. Smith

Study time-saving options and confirmed production-ready suggestions for max pace and potency in developing professional-level architectural visualizations in 3ds Max. circulation from intermediate to a complicated point with particular and accomplished guideline with this collaboration from 9 diverse authors from all over the world. Get their adventure and abilities during this full-color ebook, which not just teaches extra complex gains, but in addition demonstrates the sensible functions of these good points to get readers prepared for a true creation atmosphere. absolutely up to date for the newest model of 3ds Max.

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Broken lines This occurs when lines that should be continuous are broken into 2 or more individual segments, as in Figure 2-14. These segments may have endpoints close together, or they may be separated by a significant distance. If the end points are close enough together, they may be automatically welded when imported into 3ds Max; however, it is usually far more effective to identify these broken lines and weld them in AutoCAD. Waiting to fix this problem in 3ds Max will almost certainly take longer because of 3ds Max’s slower and less efficient line editing capabilities.

The lofts were used to create the walls of this building and the paths that these profiles were lofted around are co-located with the floor plan. In fact, the paths were created by tracing the existing linework, so the paths actually occupy the same space as the existing linework. By isolating the layers of just the newly created linework, you can see all of the linework that was created to build the walls for this project (Figure 2-24). Notice that each path is a different color. This helps distinguish one path from another once they are imported into 3ds Max.

Wall, Window, and Door Modeling – Part I (The Edit Poly) In Part I of this two-part wall modeling exercise, we will use the Edit Poly as the primary modeling tool to create walls, as well as the windows and doors that lie within them. If you do not have AutoCAD, simply read step 1 for reference and proceed to step 2. C r e a t i n g Wa l l s , W i n d ows , a n d D o o r s ( P a r t I ) 6 5 1. dwg. This is a drawing of the medical office building shown in the next illustration called Olympic Park, whose linework has already been prepared by the guidelines specified in Chapter 2.

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