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Hi, everyone.  In this tutorial, we explore the creation of a Gyroid in 3dsMax, using simple modeling techniques in 3dsMax 2017. The model could be used as a render element or 3d printed. Most of the techniques represented in this video are universal and can translate to other modeling packages of similar capacity.



3d tutorial | Gyroid Minimal Surface | 3dsMax
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lolatmyself23 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Woah!  Wonderful video, John!  Very impressed.
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Bernd-Haier Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
great new tutorial John !
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LuxXeon Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you very much, Bernd!
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Schmiegel Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2017
I love gyroids - cool tutorial! :)
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LuxXeon Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks, Schmiegel.  Obviously this cannot compare to an authentic formula-driven surface, but it's one possible alternative solution for modelers who may not understand the math.
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Schmiegel Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017
Well, I was amazed how you create the unit cell from a cube. I even didn't know about the existence of some of the tools you are using! :)
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