In their continuous effort to make the use of RailClone as easy as possible, Long time blog & challenges sponsor, iToo Software, created a new short how-to tutorial that showcase how RailClone can act as a Bookcase creator.
In this Tips & Tricks tutorial we look at how RailClone can be used to create procedural furniture. Anything with a regularly repeating pattern or that features modularity as part of its construction is an ideal candidate for a RailClone style. Instead of needing a library of bookshelves in various sizes, creating procedural furniture will allow you to generate a model with any dimensions that fits the scene exactly, and with very little effort. The image below shows the style created in this tutorial in 3 different configurations.
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The files that come with this series are compatible with 3DS Max 2010 – 2013, and RailClone Pro 2.1.
These tutorials have been realized by Paul Roberts for iToo Software. Paul is a 3DS Max generalist with over 10 years of experience, lecturer for the last 6, and editor at Max Underground. Based in the UK, he specializes in game environments and architectural visualization alongside teaching. Paul can be contacted at [email protected] or followed on twitter @lonelymonk.