modelling joints … just better!

That’s how we do in our studio intersections, caps and further round stuff in 3d. No magic, pure essentials actually. But it’s our way to get clean, hassle-free geometry that renders nicely.

The tutorials requires some basic poly-modelling skills and should be easily applicable to most subdivision based 3d-applications.

The software used is 3d Studio Max 2012, but can be applied to any earlier and later Max-Version.

Hope you like!


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  • ma

    thanks for sharing that technique, I’m just an amateur in 3d modelling but I am trying to learn and those tips were really helpful – I probably would have done it the way you showed first! thanks again for sharing

  • roreaver

    Your tuto is great thanks but is it possible to get two tube but with different diametre?

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