3ds Max 2023.1

3ds Max 2023 presented the first update, Update1. Lots of performance improvements and some new ways to interact with max. Spline receive a “smart extrude” treatment. shift+drag to extrude any vertex or segment. Morph modifier has been updated, now its orders of magnitude faster. The same for skin modifier, way […]

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V-Ray 6 for 3ds Max Beta

Chaos Group released the next iteration for the most popular renderer. Vray 6 its available in beta only for 3ds Max first. You can join the beta HERE On the public video released, we can see Chaos has been working on a new Scatter tool, with build in presets to […]

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Mechanical Rigging tutorial

Lars V√•landsmyr Torstveit created a very cool in deep tutorial to create rigs in 3dsmax for mechanical machines. He is using a free cad model that you can also download online, and create a complete FK/IK rig with multiple controls. Its rear to found good mechanical rigs tutorials, and even […]

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Storm 0.6

Sebastian Schaefer released Storm 0.6, you can download it here. The multi solver tool add now a new cloth solver, cloth constraints and cloth guid nodes. With the possibility to add lines tearing. There are extra forces like cloth inflation, visualize constraint nodes, ability to add variation on stiffness and […]

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Realistic People: AnimaAll

4d People from AXYZ are hiquality 3d scans from animated people. With exclusive technology they can capture very fine detail on real people to get a 3d object with realistic cloth and gestures that look great on short distances in your 3d scenes, reacting to any lighting conditions. They come […]

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Kstudio discounts

Kstudios has a variety of tools, including Project manager (with updates on PBR materials creations in few clicks), Fusion (parametric modeling), sweep profile, and others. You have until May 31 to get a 25% discount on all his tools, using coupon code:  KstudioSpring

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Phoenix 5

Chaos Group presented Chaos Phoenix 5, the new iteration of the popular liquids and smoke solver for 3dsmax. Adding support for 3dsmax 2023, adding more features to active bodies like thruster force, axis lock and more extra controls to configurate better how the active bodies interacts with the scene. New […]

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HDRI Loader

Ciro Cardoso shared a free tool to use a library of HDRI images for illuminate your scene with most common controls. Its using under the hood the HDRI OSL environment maps in 3dsmax, and allow you to visualize and manipulate multiple hdri images in a very easy way, ideal for […]

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Cable Basher

Cable Basher is a tool by Joker Martini to create cables. You need a spline, and you have a library of existing cables to be applied to or you can create your own. The tool cost 8$ Cable basher allows users to quickly create cables, pipes or any parametric path […]

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Bifrost2Deadline Submitter update

Marc Auvigne updated his free Bifrost2Deadline Submitter, a tool to help you submit to deadline your Fuids simulation in 3dsmax. You can get it for free on Scriptspot This new update has: Require 3dsMAX 2018.4+ V1.06=>Some chnage/Bugs Fixs regarding change on MXS exposure in 3dsMAX 2022 and 2023 (PRTExporter interface […]

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Realistic Rendering of Spaces with 3ds Max Tutorial

I partnership with Domestika to offer affiliate links with discounts. Time to time I will post what I think are great tutorials, you will get a discount, and I will receive a small commission. Win/win! The first tutorial I present is for archviz, audio is in english, subtitles with multiple […]

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Compositing techniques: ArtofSoulburn

Neil Blevins is a huge 3ds Max veteran. Very reputable for his artistic eye, and also very well known for his incredible 3dsmax scripts collections “Soulburn scripts” for 3dsmax (Totally free) : http://www.neilblevins.com/art_assets/scripts/soulburnscripts_for_3dsmax.htm On his webpage he had long lists of writen tutorials focused not so much on the technical […]

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Maxscript Free tutorials

Learning maxscript can be intimidating at first. But its actually quite easy if you know the basics. Videep Mishraa its releasing multiple videos on youtube covering multiple areas from the very basics. Check the video playlist in youtube with now 8 short tutorials very easy to digest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g02WG3S6xgs&list=PLqD8FUKggRIN7uzQtpYM2obk6q90SqNC4&index=1

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