Course info
Dec 1, 2011

Each video in this course is a self-contained lesson focused on answering questions that Digital-Tutors customers have had as they learn 3ds Max. Software required: 3ds Max.

About the author
About the author

Dan is an author at Pluralsight with a passion for helping others. Long before Dan ever officially donned his recording headset, he was a dedicated forum moderator with Digital-Tutors (now a Pluralsight company), helping out members with problems they encountered across a wide variety of software. Since then, he joined our team and continues to help others every day with their CG challenges.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
Hello and welcome to this collection of tips and tricks from Digital-Tutors. This series of tutorials are a bit different than many of the other courses you'll find here at Digital-Tutors. So let's take a moment to explain what to expect from this course. Rather than creating a single project, these tutorials are independent of each other and contain a variety of instructors and software versions. So feel free to jump between tutorials and watch whichever one seems interesting. Another unique feature is, this course doesn't have a single set of project files. The project files for this course are included on a per-tutorial basis. So, on each tutorial page, you'll see the Download Project Files link if that tutorial comes with project files. Remember the techniques taught in this course are mostly software-version independent, so even if there's a newer version of the software, the core technique should still apply. So don't discount a tutorial even if it's not using the newest version. So with that, let's go ahead and start watching some tips and tricks.