How to Create a Logo in 3D Max.

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3D Studio Max is an elite animation and design platform, professionally constructed by a team of advanced web developers and interface designers. This software suite is equipped with highly enhanced digital graphics and visual flash effects, bringing the technological world directly to your computer screen. From website designs to professionally designed logo concepts, this software possesses all of the virtual components and necessities needed to get the job done.

Instructions

1 ) Choose the initial shape of your logo. Click on the "Create" tab on the menu at the top of the screen and select the "Shapes" tool in the "Create" toolbar. Select the type of shape you desire.

2 ) Draw the outlining shape of your logo design. Drag your mouse across the grid to create a line. Once you have drawn the first initial line, click on the line and drag it in the direction you desire to create the actual shape of your design. (Repeat this process to create the full outline of your design.)

3 ) Create the three dimensional layers of the shape. Right click on the actual shape, click on the "Convert To" option and select the "Convert to Editable Patch" option. (This action will create a 3D barrier below the initial line you drew.)

4 ) Connect the layers of the shape of your logo design to complete the initial outline of the design. Now, click on the the "Modify" tab in the menu at the top of the screen. Click on the "Vertex" option and select"Connect" when the "Modify" toolbar appears.

5 ) Insert color to the logo design layout. Click on the "Paint" icon, located in the toolbar at the top of the screen. (This icon will display a image of either a paint bucket or brush. The icon's thumbnail image will depend on the version of 3D Studio Max you are using.) Click on the color you wish to use when the HTML color grid appears. Drag your mouse over the region of the design you wish to color.

 

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