3ds Max Tree Tutorial – #1 – How to model and unwrap the tree trunk

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In this part 1 video I demonstrate the initial modelling and unwrapping of a tree, the tree trunk to be specific. In the next part we will look into how to texture the tree trunk.

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GamingDruid says:

What would you do if you wanted to created the roots of the tree?

Gary Roberts says:

perfect!!!! Thanks a lot

Leighton Auld says:

Hi, whats the polycount on this?

Egor Savchenko says:

All of my woodworks I made with woodprix. Google and try it.

Abraham Okorafo says:

pretty good

blue profit says:

it would help a lot more if you add one of those color cricles to the mouse so we can see it better! thanks mate.

Flavio Diniz says:

I thought the entire tutorial was only 10 minutes xD
waiting the next part!
i.imgur .com/FB8Gzjm.jpg

john cruel says:

please continue finishing this tutorial up to leaves thank you

GuitarGeek says:

you should use tiling, 2048 is way too much

ManOfManyCarrots says:

the texture pops up as a bunch of pictures of the tree, How do i fix this!

Flavio Diniz says:

whoa, thanks very much
I’m doing a college project and using default 3dsmax folliage, wich isn’t very good
perfect tutorial post time!

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