SIT253 Practical 4 2011

SIT253 Practical 4 2011 - SIT253 Practical 4 Visual Design...

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SIT253 – Practical 4 Visual Design This practical is for ON campus and OFF campus students Submission Please save your work on each practical! Get your tutor to check your work at the end of your practical class, and then your attendance for the practical class will be marked off. Off campus students can submit their practical work each week to Sophie McKenzie ([email protected]). In this practical we will begin working with 3D studio max to create visual assets! Step 1 is to create a box, don’t worry about the dimensions just yet. Now that the box is created we can define the parameters. 15 by 15 by 15 is just an example. Change the segments to 4 so we can modify the shape later.
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Next for ease of use we want our cube to be on in the centre of our scene. To do this we need to change the x,y,z points in the bottom all to zero. Now that we have an object to work with we need to be able to modify it. Right click the cube and click convert to editable poly.
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Remember when we chose the segments of our cube? They are set to 4. This lets us select each segment
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