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Shaping With Polystyrene Foam in Vray
Foam has a distinct texture, sound, and weight. We`ll show you how to make polystyrene foam in Vray that will look so real you`ll practically be able to hear it squeak.

Model Some Crumpled Tin Foil in Vray
The dips and divots in a crumpled piece of tinfoil make for a challenging texture to recreate. But don`t worry we`ve got a step-by-step guide for you here!

Modeling Chrome in Vray and 3DS Max
Using Vray in 3DS Max we`ll modify every trucker`s favorite material silver, glittering, beautiful chrome!

Modeling Bronze and Silver Material in Vray and 3DS Max
We`ll sculpt an aged, metallic material in 3DS Max in this tutorial to create a Romanesque bust of a general or politician.

Model a 3D Laser Engraved Crystal in 3DS Max
No need for real lasers you can engrave a piece of crystal in 3DS Max to make one of these iconic office decorations.

Visualization in 3DS Max
If you`re working with architectural structures or styles, you need to have a keen sense of visualization and space. These tips for using the tools in 3DS Max will help you get the most out of the pro...

Working with Acrylic Material in 3DS Max and V-Ray
If you want to give your objects an acrylic texture or effect, then you`ll need to know a few techniques first.

Common V-Ray Render Settings in 3DS Max
Working with 3DS Max and v-ray, you`re sure to use some render settings over and over again. You can use the settings we teach you today in any of your scenes to get better quality 3D images.

Modeling a Cup and Saucer: 3DS Max Tutorial for Beginners
Simple 3DS Max how-to that demonstrates several techniques for modeling a cup and saucer.

How to Make a Low Poly Tire Using 3DS Max
Inside this great 3DS Max tutorial, we will walk through how to create a low-poly tire with the aid of Xnormals and CrazyBump.