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Model a High Rez Domed Fountain Structure in 3ds Max

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In this intermediate level modeling tutorial, you will follow Ben Tate as he demonstrates how to create a deatailed domed structure and water fountain in 3ds Max.


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    • A combination of both poly modeling and spline modeling techniques will be used to complete the structure and the water fountain. You will learn quick and efficient methods to build detailed molding pieces, utilizing simple extrude and bevel techniques, as well as combining spline profiles and the lathe modifier, as well as creating and positioning objects using the Array tool, and applying smoothing groups to your models.


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