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 Subject: Tutorial mParticles 3DS Max 2013 _ 001 (english version)

evilsasha opened this issue on Jan 22, 2013 · 3 posts

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  evilsasha    ( ) ( posted at 6:27AM Tue, 22 January 2013 

Hi everyone,

I'll share with you my new tutorial (and maybe the first of one series) on the mParticles or "MassFx Particles". This tools is avaible with extension pack for subscription user of 3DS Max 2013 and 3DS Max Design 2013... and maybe we can see pubblic in the next realease of 3DS Max 2014 (maybe...)....

More information from Autodesk web site - http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/pc/item?siteID=123112&id=15451618

In this tutorial I show a little introduction to use a simple effects of "MassFX Flow" with a fragment pieces at follow down and collision on the box geometry, all in relation with the PhysX engine or MassFx tools inside 3DS Max 2013.


LINK TO TUTORIAL - http://youtu.be/wTqVP3kcI1s


Thank you and good vision...

Matteo -MatEvil- Migliorini

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  LuxXeon    ( ) ( posted at 8:49AM Tue, 22 January 2013  · @4033677

Thanks.  Looks interesting.


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  Tracybee    ( ) ( posted at 6:55PM Wed, 23 January 2013  · @4034290

Merci  and grazie :)

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