Architectural modeling in 3Dsmax (English)

Beginners guide to Architectural modeling in 3Dsmax

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This course of Architectural modeling in 3Ds max is for absolute beginners.

It is specially designed for simplifying the learning process of Architectural modeling in 3Ds max.

This course will cover the essentials of Interface, View ports navigation, Converting 2D plan in 3D, Applying Doors & windows, Lights, Maps & materials, Animation and Rendering.

After doing this course students will be able to work in 3Ds MAX for converting 2D architectural plans in 3D structures for previsualization with confidence and can get maximum benefit from other free learning resources which are available all over the internet for free.

This course is offered with money back guarantee

Here is the course outline:

Course outline:

Section 1: Introduction & basics

Lecture 1: Introduction

Lecture 2: Interface

Lecture 3: View ports

Lecture 4: View ports navigation

Section 2: 2D plan configuration basics

Lecture 5: Importing CAD 2D file in 3DsMAX

Lecture 6: Importing 2D image plan file in 3DsMAX

Lecture 7: Enabling Direct-X

Lecture 8: Plain dimensions for image plan

Section 3: Start creating 3D walls

Lecture 9: 3D wall through 2D line

Lecture 10: Plain position

Lecture 11: First 3D wall on plan

Lecture 12: Complete wall outline -1

Lecture 13: Complete wall outline-2

Lecture 14: Complete wall outline-3

Lecture 15: Curved wall

Lecture 16: Resizing image plain

Lecture 17: Unit setup (very important)

Lecture 18: Importing CAD plan

Lecture 19: Layers manager

Lecture 20: Measuring tape

Lecture 21: Defining Walls

Lecture 22: Walls justification

Lecture 23: Overview

Section 4: Doors & Windows

Lecture 24: Defining doors

Lecture 25: Door parameters

Lecture 26: Sliding & BiFold doors

Lecture 27: Awning window

Lecture 28: Casement, Fixed, Pivoted, Projected & Sliding windows

Lecture 29: Attaching walls

Section 5: Stairs

Lecture 30: L-Type Stairs

Lecture 31: Spiral Stairs

Lecture 32: Straight Stairs

Lecture 33: U-Type Stairs

Section 6:Railing

Lecture 34: Side Railing for stairs

Lecture 35: Applying side railing

Lecture 36: Applying doors in structure

Lecture 37: Creating space for windows

Section 7: Roof & 1st floor

Lecture 38: Defining roof

Lecture 39: Creating space for staircase

Lecture 40: Creating 1st floor

Lecture 41: How to take a quick render

Lecture 42: Detaching elevation plan

Lecture 43: Modifying the roof

Lecture 44: Defining path for railing on roof

Lecture 45: Applying railing on roof

Section 8: Materials & Lights basics

Lecture 46: Starting to learn about materials& lights

Lecture 47: Teapot

Lecture 48: How to apply first omni light

Lecture 49: How to apply basic material

Lecture 50: Architectural materials set

Lecture 51: Omni light settings

Lecture 52: Applying image on 3D model

Lecture 53: Applying Sky light

Lecture 54: Applying omni light with sky light

Lecture 55: Applying skylight on structure

Lecture 56: Applying materials on walls

Section 9: Some other essentials

Lecture 57: Creating a corner window

Lecture 58: Applying material on corner window

Lecture 59: Converting structure in to one group

Lecture 60: Creating platform for structure

Lecture 61: Creating slop

Lecture 62: Applying materials of platform and slop

Lecture 63: Creating road

Lecture 64: Foliage (plants & trees)

Lecture 65: Downloading and importing 3D models

Lecture 66: Applying Sky in background

Lecture 67: Applying Sky in Photoshop

Section 10: Camera animation & rendering

Lecture 68: Applying camera

Lecture 69: Animating the camera

Lecture 70: Rendering the camera animation

Lecture 71: Saving the image sequence

Section 11: Other standard lights

Lecture 72: All other standard lights

Section 12: Interior rendering

Lecture 73: Interior plan rendering

Lecture 74: Applying slice modifier for interior renders

Section 13: Ending

Lecture 75: Ending the course

Your Instructor

Jawad Abdul Mateen
Jawad Abdul Mateen

Jawad Abdul Mateen is a entrepreneur / educationist he have 9 years of experience in IT related course development and online teaching. He developed 28 distant courses since 2008 all have got great feedback from students and professionals. He is passionate about educational reforms and using creative and innovative techniques for mass education and skill development.

Frequently Asked Questions

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The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
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