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Got 3ds max about 2 week ago. This is my first model. Based off an mp40, i spent a lot of time reading and watching tutorials before even touching the software but it took me anywhere between 30-40 hours to make in total. now i have to tackle texturing the thing. Criticism is welcome
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same thing but with wireframe
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the modeling and scale seem to be on point. my only complaint is those shading issues that stem from not-so-good topology in some areas. if you learn about shading then it will help you fix those
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pretty fucking good if you really did use Max for just two weeks and made this.
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>>636219
I've had experience with blender before using max, so I'm not like completely new to modeling. Maybe should have cleared that up, just meant this my first max model, not first ever model.
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>>636207
>the modeling and scale seem to be on point.
The modeling is quite bad. Some details are totally messed up, I don't even know where to start.
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Dude, you need to learn subdiv.




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