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05-16-2011, 09:25 AM
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3d-Palace is very pleased to announce the 4th part of the very well recieved ArchViz series, started by Architectural Guru, Kris Lee! In this latest set by Olblue (Cris) of 3d-palace.com, the exterior of the property is visualised and built in 3ds Max 2012. External stairways are constructed, lift access, maintenence areas and exterior railings and lightings. By the end of the tutorial you will have created the apartment block completely and surrounded it with a quick landscape, trees and even a road and carpark.

Chapters.

Introduction
Building the Apartment
Finishing the apartment
Fast texturing the apartment
Elevators and stairs
Building the apartment complex
Asembling the ground
Setting up the Shot
Putting it all together



As well as using 3ds Max 2012, the set also utilises Photoshop and an $8 template from graphicriver.net in order to create a presentation graphic for an imaginary client.

If you have ever wanted to learn the fundementals of exterior visualisation, or if you want to complete your architectural visualisation set then this is the set for you! Compatible with most earlier builds of 3ds Max to version 7, there is no reason not to try this amazing tutorial!

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This is a steelpython protected set - this means that your downloads are protected with your personal purchasing information so that you can be sure the tutorial you pay your money for today will not be in the hands of thieves tommorow. The set is available in our store priced at 40 for the downloadable version. The DVD version of this set will release at the end of May.

Link to Shop (http://www.3d-palace.com/store-2/#ecwid:category=840515&mode=product&product=4258412)

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