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1 3Ds Max Tutorial Making Of' Drinks Girl' 1 on Fri Sep 24, 2010 5:18 am

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Software Used: 3ds Max, Mental Ray, Photoshop

I created this image to showcase three old models that I made when I was working for Gameloft. I really don’t like the idea of having unfinished models on my hard disk, and cartoon models aren’t my favourite, but I actually really enjoyed creating this image. I used a lot of references, and one of my favourite places to search for inspiration and references is the 3DTotal Galleries.

I used 3ds Max to create the models, as you can see, and I made all the parts separately so I could easily change the style of any of the accessories (Fig.01a). Each modelled part was also given its own link or skin modifier. For the guys it was the same thing, but the clothing and bodies were the same mesh (Fig.01b). I used mesh from the younger guy to create the larger man; soft selection from 3ds Max helped a lot with this.
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Fig.01a
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Fig.01b

This work was done for a still image, but if I had done an animation then I would probably have had to fix those areas shown in red in the wire frame (Fig.02). For example, the splines of the hair could have been converted to low poly models, and the same spline could have then been used as a bone for the hair. I used an FFD modifier in Max to correct some proportions of the shoes, so I collapsed and attached them to use the skin modifier. When I think in terms of animation, I create the things to be animated. It would of course be very interesting to animate this scene, but with this piece I was much more heavily focused on the modelling and texturing of the characters.
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Fig.02

Here you can see the major materials I used for the girl (Fig.03). It was also important to balance the materials with the scene lights. I always like to have at least four lights in a scene: one back light to produce the strong contour, helping the sub surface material to work; a left and a right light with different temperatures; and a main light to produce shadows and highlight areas.
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Fig.03

Another very important thing was to correct the lights with a grey material, applied to all scene objects (Fig.04). In this case, you can see that the light is good in both its intensity and colour. I always keep in mind that I must see where the lights come from and where the main shadows are in order to maintain great volume in the scene.
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Fig.04


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I used Mental Ray to render so that I could have the Global Illumination from a sky light, and so I could also have an occlusion pass for the post effects. In 3ds Max simply go into the material override, put a mental ray material with an occlusion in the surface, and you can have your occlusion image! Basically, I used Mental Ray so that I could have the Global Illumination from a sky light and have the occlusion image for the post effects. You can see from Fig.05 how you can achieve the occlusion image; firstly delete all lights from your scene and then follow the steps shown in the image. It’s very easy to do and you will achieve great volume in your scene.
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