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I just download 3d studio max but I don't know how to use this software. I use zmodeler usually but now I want to creat a city in 3d max. Can u tell me the basics of 3d studio max.
I know how to creat an object but in zmodeler you can expand your object by CREATE> FACES>STRIP. So in 3d max, what do we do? Also if you know that there i a tutorial for creating a car or a city in 3d studio just tell me where it is.
Thanx in Advance Confused
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Search '3d studio max tutorial'...
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Found it!

yeah, that sould do it. Wink
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in zm you can expand your object by CREATE> FACES>STRIP. So in 3d max, what do we do? just tell me briefly Mr. Green
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Extrude edges.
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anasbinqamar wrote:
in zm you can expand your object by CREATE> FACES>STRIP. So in 3d max, what do we do? just tell me briefly Mr. Green

You should really learn to use these great things called "search engines"
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The tutorials explain about making poly objects like house, but not tracks. And I am looking for a track making tutorial.. I just need to know how to do poly modeling with a simple rectangle
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lolol
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anasbinqamar, use your head, get creative, and you'll be able to easily figure out how to model a track with tutorials that are about modeling other objects, because it is almost the exact same thing, except that there are some rules you need to follow for MM2City Toolkit.
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