i3DTutorials Releases Production Instruction with 3ds Max 2010: Volume II

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Miami, Fla. -  i3DTutorials announces its latest training product for Autodesk 3ds Max 2010: “Production Instruction with 3ds Max 2010: Volume II." This new offering from the growing i3DTutorials library of Autodesk 3ds Max training products, introduces 3D artists to the advanced concepts and production workflows needed to complete complex modeling projects using professional polygon modeling techniques and workflows.

Emphasizing production-proven techniques and taking users step by step through a demanding production scene that mimics the complex scenarios and challenges commonly found when modeling detailed 3D objects for production, “Production Instruction with 3ds Max 2010: Volume II" discloses the professional techniques and knowledge needed to begin mastering the powerful modeling tools available in 3ds Max.

Continuing to build on the project from the first volume in this training series, learn how to take modeling to the next level by working out more complex modeling tasks and learn how to efficiently populate your 3D scene with highly detailed props and objects to make incredibly immersive environments and more, says a representative.

Taking the user through every step of the process involved in modeling a complex interior environment, this training product teaches techniques that are efficient, fast, and make difficult modeling tasks as easy as possible.

Discover production workflows and techniques designed to take full advantage of 3ds Max’s modeling tools. Addressing the need and demand for professional industry training, “Production Instruction with 3ds Max 2010: Volume II” teaches the techniques needed to truly take advantage of the power of Autodesk 3ds Max 2010, continues the company representative.

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