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Old 08 August 2006   #1
skies and water?

Ok so the original topics question has been answered so I'll just use this thread to post whatever might come up with 3dsm7 and maybe show a little progress along the way.
But incase anyone wants to know the question was...

What are the differences in the 3d studio max versions, is there that much of a difference and what version should I be using if there is?


*Updated* August 11th 06

I've created this small roman style building first thing Ive created besides a box.
http://www.imagesharing.net/images/...kinprogress.jpg

It very rough, nothing fancy and I've just about figured out textures I think.

*Updated* August 12, 06
Ok I made this structure this morning after watching Eric Maslowski's first 3 videos.
http://www.imagesharing.net/images/Aquila/somecrap.jpg
Still not a pro yet lol but hey Im not staring at the screen confused as hell anymore, or atleast not as much.

Last edited by AquilaTyranus : 08 August 2006 at 10:39 AM.
 
Old 08 August 2006   #2
There's not much difference between Max7 and Max8. You dont have to worry..
 
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