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

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This tutorial of the Florence Design Academy (www.florencedesignacademy.com), the leading Design School in Europe, explains how to create a glass material through Arch&Design and Raytrace materials.

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Teseo on Thu, 30 January 2014 4:47pm
The tutorial is very good, very useful, I highly recommend it.
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