Wednesday, 1 April 2015

3ds Max - Chair Picture Tutorial.

3ds Max is one of the most important and helpful tool for all the Interior Designers to showcase their work. Getting started with 3ds max is easy and fun to do. Although there are many video tutorials are available of 3ds max on various site still I thought off to share some picture step learning of 3ds max with everyone. Hope it will a pretty much fine attempt to help you guys conceive the easy steps of 3ds max. Here we start with a simple chair designing. Step wise step illustration is waiting for lets start with it. 

1. To create chair first of all go to standard perametives and create a box. To transform this box into chair seat scale it thinner for that look as shown in the picture below. 

2.Soon as you are done with the chair seat, create a leg from the box itself. Take box tool and create chair leg by properly scaling it. Now when you are done with one of the legs of the chair, place it on the top of the chair seat. 

3. After the successful placement of first leg, do copy the first leg and create second with the same. Select the first leg - press shift - move the cursor to the x axis- create one copy of it - place it on the adjutant side of the first leg. Repeat the same process for creating four legs of the chair.

4. Move the chair seat at the top of all the legs. Now mirror the chair seat into "z" axis - rotate it to place the chair back . Now copy the chair back to create back cushion for the chair. 

5. Before you proceed further for chair rendering, do create a floor plane under the chair with the plan tool which you will found at standard perametives section.

6. Render the chair - with wood effects, fabric for back rest and floor with carpet tool. 

Here we are done with the simple chair making with the help of 3ds max. Make you work go easier and faster with 3ds max software. It was just a step wise step picture tutorial for the beginners. Hope go beyond it more and more soon... !! 

Perspective sketches.

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