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3D Visualization For Beginners: Interior Scene with 3DS MAX

Create stunning images with 3DSMAX, Corona renderer and Photoshop. Learn the skill in only 4 days from a real expert.
Instructor:
Widhi Muttaqien, S.Kom, MMSI
4.156 estudiantes matriculados
English [Auto-generated]
Create beautiful interior scene using 3DS MAX and Corona rendering engine
Understand how to post-process 3d renderings inside Photoshop
The 3DS MAX skill you gained in this course will be useful as the foundation to master other advance topics such as animation or visual effects.
Become a job-ready person in 3D visualization industry

== IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ==

Currently this course is being updated to the latest version of 3ds Max 2019 and Corona 3. You can find the new lesson videos at the bottom part of the curriculum. After all of the new lessons finished, the old version of the lesson videos will be removed. All updates are free for existing students.

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Architectural visualization is the skill needed in every architecture and property development business. Why? Because architects need them to present their designs and property developers need them to make sale. The demand is very high yet not many people willing to master it; thinking it’s a complicated stuff to master. Well not anymore! This course will teach you effectively how to create beautiful 3D architectural visualization using 3DS MAX and Corona renderer with just a fraction of time usually needed. Not years. Not months. In only 4 days you’ll master the knowledge to create stunning 3D renderings and become a fully job-ready person in the industry. Or if you are like me; create your own 3D visualization firm and make a lot of money from it!

This course is designed for a complete beginner so no prior experience is needed. On the other hand seasoned 3DS MAX users can still benefit from this course as we’ll be covering more specific topics in this course such as Corona renderer and post-processing with Photoshop. If you know VRay before and want to explore cheaper but better alternative then VRay you definitely need to take this course. How do I know that? Because I’ve used VRay before and just switched to Corona after knowing its hidden power. As I mentioned, the softwares we will be using in this course are: 3DS MAX, Corona renderer and Photoshop in this course. Trial versions will be enough as we don’t need more than 30 days to finish the whole course.

First we’ll cover the fundamental stuff in 3DS MAX. Then we move on to different 3D modeling techniques. We’ll cover a lot of exercise projects designed to develop your skill step-by-step. After that we’re going to deepen our knowledge to lighting, material and rendering using Corona rendering engine. Our final project is to build an interior scene from scratch; from modeling, texturing, lighting, rendering and finally retouch it in Photoshop.

Beside lifetime access to professional-quality video lessons, you’ll also get all of the projects files including: 3DS MAX files, texture images and the final Photoshop composition file. And also I’ll be adding bonus lessons in this course every month so be sure to check them out!

So why wait? Take the course know and take your first step in becoming 3D artist or 3D entrepreneur! Whatever you choose to be. Because there is NO RISK in taking this course. If you find my course is not suitable for you or for whatever reasons; you can get a full 100%, absolutely no conditions attached, no questions asked, refund directly from Udemy. How cool is that?

Introduction

1
Introduction

The user interface

1
3DS MAX UI (2015)
2
3DS MAX UI (2018)
3
Viewport navigation (2015)
4
Viewport navigation (2018)

Creating and modifying objects

1
Create versus modify objects
2
Selections
3
Transformations
4
Pivot Point
5
Transformation settings
6
Modifier
7
Object duplication

Scene management

1
Surface normal and backface culling
2
Basic scene management
3
Layer management

Precission modeling essentials

1
Unit and measurement
2
Snapping
3
Align objects

Common student problems

1
Common student problems

Polygon based modeling

1
Primitive versus editable objects
2
Introduction to editable poly
3
Sub-object selection
4
Edge modeling techniques
5
Cut and slice techniques
6
Border modeling techniques
7
Polygon modeling techniques
8
NURMS

Exercise projects I

1
Project 01: round coffee table
2
Project 02: dining table
3
Project 03: console table
4
Project 04: closet

Spline based modeling

1
introduction to splines
2
Spline vertex types
3
Spline modification
4
Spline boolean operation
5
Cross-insert and weld

Spline based modifiers

1
Extrude modifier
2
Lathe modifier
3
Bevel profile modifier

Exercise projects II

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Project 05: mechanical pencil
2
Project 06: hammer
3
Project 07: accent chair

The final project I: 3D modeling phase

1
Introduction to the final project
2
Downloadable project files
3
Modeling the room base
4
Tips on object's color
5
Modeling the window
6
Modeling the door
7
Modeling the curtain, photo-frame and down-light
8
Modeling the TV cabinets
9
Modeling the sofa
10
Modeling the coffee table and the carpet
11
Modeling the floor lamp
12
Importing assets from external file

Material and texturing fundamentals

1
Introduction to material
2
Material management
3
Multi/sub-object materials
4
Texture and UV mapping
5
Procedural maps

The Corona renderer

1
Introduction to Corona (2015)
2
Introduction to Corona (2018)
3
Corona material (2015)
4
Basic rendering (2018)
5
Corona material (2018)
6
Corona light (2015)
7
Corona lights (2018)
8
Corona sun, sky and light-material (2015)
9
Corona Sun and Sky (2018)
10
Advanced light parameters (2018)
11
Corona interactive rendering & render elements

The final project II: material and lighting phase

1
Wallpaper and ceiling materials
2
Fabric material and introduction to bump map
3
Floor and chrome materials
4
Wood and other glossy materials
5
Setting camera and sun light
6
Translucent & light materials
7
Adding lights
8
TV screen and wall picture materials
9
Carpet and displacement map

The final project III: Rendering and post processing

1
Rendering
2
Post-processing in Photoshop

Conclusion

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Final words

The user interface (2019)

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