Tutorial Tuesdays – 10+ Autodesk 3ds Max Tutorial

Tutorials March 12, 2013

It’s Tutorial Tuesday again and for today we are going to list down some of the must check out Autodesk 3ds Max tutorials. If you are interested in understanding and mastering the magic of CGI, learning Autodesk 3ds Max is a good stepping stone to start at.

Today we are going to rundown some really interesting Autodesk 3ds max tutorials found around the web. These rundown is a mix of tutorials for beginner and the intermediate Autodesk 3ds Max users.

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Autodesk 3ds Max has been an industry standard for creating 3D models and images. It is often used by movie studios, video game developers, television studios as well as architectural studios. Many of the recent films like James Cameron’s Avatar, X-Men: First Class and Sucker Punch are made with the aid of Autodesk 3ds Max. Apart from creating computer graphics in television and movies, Autodesk 3ds Max is also used for previsualization and creating and developing concept artworks.

Before we go down to the tutorials here’s a really awesome video of the Avatar presentation at Autodesk University.


1. Create An Animated Clock

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2. Create Realistic Looking Rocks with V-Ray

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3. Make Realistic Grass with VRayProxies

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4. Anatomically Correct Arm Bulge

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5. 3D Waving Flag Animation using 3ds Max

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SEE ALSO: 37 Impressive And Realistic 3D Portraits
6. Create An Animated Pinboard Effect in 3ds Max

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7. Wireframe Rendering Techniques

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8. Animating a Traffic Light Using Texture Animation

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9. Create a Simple Teddy Bear

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10. Create a Beautiful Sunset Scene using Dreamscape & 3ds Max

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11. Make Muscle and Bones 

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12. Create a Awesome Samurai Warrior using 3ds Max & ZBrush

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Patrick Jude Ilagan is a graphic designer/photographer hailing from the vast jungles of urban Manila. Always on the look out for visually appealing stuff he scours the internet and the bustling city in search of inspiration. His tools for mass creation is a Canon 500D along with a wide array of lights and lenses plus a 4 year old (but still fighting) laptop. Check out his work here.

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  • http://www.clippingpathzone.com/ Sila Mahmud

    awesome and unique
    collection of sequence photography i love it.

    Thank for sharing.