Realistic Rocks Tutorial by Daniel Hatton, Part 2

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January 27, 2010 |  by  |  How-To, Tutorials
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Daniel J Hatton has posted part 2 of his tutorial on how to create realistic rocks using 3D Studio Max, VRay and the Advanced Painter Plugin this time. You should definitely check this and part 1 if you didn’t yet.

Here is the related video for this part video, but you should visit his post for additional information.

3dsmax and Vray Rocks Tutorial Part 2 from Daniel Hatton on Vimeo.

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Mohammad Rashad
Mohammad Rashad

Great Tutorial I was looking for it 4 a long time..Really thanks for posting & the effort....:)

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