This tutorial introduces you to a free script designed to help you set your scene environment. It simplifies creating Daylight Systems, setting backgrounds and adjusting exposure values among others, all from a simplified and unified User Interface. Level: Intermediate Recorded in: 3ds Max 2015 Files used: http://areadownloads.autodesk.com/wdm/3dsmax/HTM-LIT_env-helper-script.zip This tutorial isRead More →

In this movie, you animate camera shots using various techniques. In addition to keyframing cameras and their targets, you also use Civil View to animate “road shots”. Level: Intermediate Recorded in: 3ds Max Design 2015 Files used: http://areadownloads.autodesk.com/wdm/3dsmax/HTM-INT_civilview.zip This tutorial is intended for use with 3ds Max version 2015 orRead More →

In this movie, you duplicate and scatter the trees you have extracted and place them on areas of the terrain using a simple brush stroke by ways of 3ds Max’s Object Paint tool. Level: Intermediate Recorded in: 3ds Max Design 2015 Files used: http://areadownloads.autodesk.com/wdm/3dsmax/HTM-INT_civilview.zip This tutorial is intended for useRead More →

Description: In this movie, you use yet another one of Civil View’s functionalities to add low-poly buildings to the scene. Level: Intermediate Recorded in: 3ds Max Design 2015 Files used: http://areadownloads.autodesk.com/wdm/3dsmax/HTM-INT_civilview.zip This tutorial is intended for use with 3ds Max version 2015 or higher. ► For additional learning content visitRead More →

In this movie, you use Civil View’s Object Placement Tool to add objects such as lamp posts, gantries and signs. Level: Intermediate Recorded in: 3ds Max Design 2015 Files used: http://areadownloads.autodesk.com/wdm/3dsmax/HTM-INT_civilview.zip This tutorial is intended for use with 3ds Max version 2015 or higher. ► For additional learning content visitRead More →