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Florence Design Academy - 3D Studio Max Tutorial: Glowing Material

By Mario Malagrino
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Date Added: 1st March 2011
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Introduction

This tutorial of the Florence Design Academy (www.florencedesignacademy.com), the leading Design School in Europe, explains how to create a glowing material by using architectural and standard materials. Additionally it will explain how to use the Glare shader to improve glow effects.

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(ID: 42811, pid: 0) EVA MAVROMICHALI on Wed, 18 May 2011 10:34pm
instructions perfectly given tutorial
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(ID: 42530, pid: 0) Mauricio on Sat, 14 May 2011 4:32am
Very very very nice and instructive tut. Thanks
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(ID: 37046, pid: 0) Gfxengine on Wed, 02 March 2011 11:09am
Thx for the tutorial
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