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I am the newest for 3d max! 1)How can I set plug in to use? 2)how can I make somthing like boxer glovers and shorts? 3)how can I add bone to object and make it to .3ds and then .x to delvelop?

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Why do you have 3d Max if you don''t know how to use it? Either you have more money than sense or you pirated it. If you pirated it, then that is your first mistake, and why did you steal it if you don''t need it? (You obviously don''t need it since you don''t know how to work it, so you don''t actually know what it can do).

I''d love to help... but... no I wouldn''t... especially since I bet there are some great turorials out there... and I think you stole it.

Don''t mean to flame, but this annoys me.

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Nobody is going to be able to help much in a forum because these are complicated questions. You need to read the help files or find some basic tutorials. http://www.3dcafe.com/ and http://www.3dlinks.com/ are good places to start.

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Todd
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I''m with ragonastick on the pirating thing. Really, MAX comes with THREE large books of tutorials as well as three Compressed HTML help files of tutorials. I''m putting my bets in that this guy is a pirate.

-Ryan "Run_The_Shadows"
-Run_The_Shadows@excite.com
"Doubt Everything. Find your own light." -Dying words of Gautama

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I have to say, the forums are here to help, but not tell you how to precisly use software. you shouldn''t really come here and start asking all these questions about how to use it...

Anyone with a problem, sure everyones here to help, but I think questions like

"how can I make somthing like boxer glovers and shorts?"

can only be answers by "goto www.3dcafe.com and look at tutorials"

thats me done...

www.stephen-hawes.co.uk

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tum:
Since you probably did pirate it - then you should have enough money to go buy a simple book. the questions you ask are very easy to do with minimal knowledge of 3d studio max. or better yet - take a few classes.

aftermath:
being a newbie is no excuse for pirating software. i agree with ragonastick. why would you steal a car if you didn''t know how to drive?

-Luxury

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I am totally against priating software BUT the person who said why did you steal 3D Studio Max when you don''t even know how to use it, MAYBE he downloaded it to learn how to use. People aren''t brought into the world with knowledge on how to use 3d Studio MAX ffs.

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there are 3d max web pages just look on the net under ..(3dmax4 )
shuold help any one trying to start out .
ill be back ok

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Guest Anonymous Poster
I am the newest for this thread!
2)What are boxer glovers?


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Does anyone notice that Tum is from Thailand ???
I don''t know for you, but I would bet 3DSMax litterature is not that easy to come by over there... And I''d bet it''s not that cheap neither to get a hand on the software.

As for the piracy issue, I often to refer to a good friend of mine who got a job in a game company after getting his skill on a pirated version. He was kinda worried of what he would say when he would present his works to the guys who would eventually hire him... but he got hired anyway. One day, months later, he was in a convention, chatting away with other modellers/animators like him, when the subject of "how did you learn the whole damn thing in the first place" came up. Sure enough, there was the lucky guy whose mum and dad could afford to send their child to the £4000 a year school to study animation (and usually get a job at DreamWorks, Disney, etc). But most of the other guys all said "Well, like everyone else, I pirated it and learnt on my own"...

So please, could we all stop judging each other''s choices, and simply accept that not everything is black or white, there is plenty of grey in this world. We all make choices, and we should realise that other people make other choices, and take (well, hopefully) responsibility for their choices...

Tum : if you are looking for help on 3DSMax, the links given above are good. Otherwise, any good book will do. They are not cheap, but usually worth the price anyway.

youpla :-P



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