3ds Max 2009 Architectural Visualization - Intermediate to Advanced

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3DATS, Jan 1, 2008 - 3ds max (Computer file) - 511 pages
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This book is the follow-up companion to the book entitled book 3ds Max 2008 Architectural Visualization - Beginner to Intermediate. That book was written primarily for beginners and was designed to take 3ds Max users to an intermediate level and provide the basics needed to land a job with a visualization company. 3ds Max 2009 Architectural Visualization - Intermediate to Advanced takes the next logical step and is designed to take intermediate 3ds Max users to the advanced level, not just by teaching more advanced features but also by teaching practical application and time-saving techniques of the tools covered in our Beginner to Intermediate title.
  

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Contents

Reading Architectural Drawings
1-29
Creating Building Elements
2-25
Creating Walls Windows Doors Part I
5-1
Creating Furniture
6-1
Creating Site Elements
6-33
Creating 3D Sites
8-1
Creating Backgrounds
9-1
Creating Vegetation 101
10-1
mental ray Materials 141
14-1
Advanced Visualization Techniques
15-1
Photoshop Techniques for Visualization 171
17-1
Efficient 3D Workflow
17-21
Managing System Resources 191
19-1
APPENDIX A Top 30 Production Tips
A-1
Top 20 Free 3D Resources
A-29
APPENDIX G The 3D Business Plan
H-1

mental
10-25
Lighting Strategies with mental ray 131
12-13

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