Ever wish you could build with Lego® bricks and never run out of bricks. Well now you can.
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Here are some views of a model of Joel’s house in Kingman, AZ.
Here’s a model of the Hellraiser lament box built in Max 6.
gmax is a version of 3ds max that was intended for development of games. It is now out of support. And autodesk is no longer providing it for download.
You can find it here. Along with a few tutorials that I have captured.
gmax and tutorials
Objects created using Xenodream.
Previously there were 3D objects of these creations that could be reviewed using web plugins, but the plugins have not survived.
Here is a link to my pages of Fractal Art. Apophysis and XenoDream are featured.
These pages were complex enough that I decided not to rebuild them in WordPress but to leave them as they are and just link to them.
Art created with Apophysis:
Import molecule files for Chemistry or just for fun. Both PDB [Protein Database] and MOL format files are supported. This script works in both max and gmax.
The MDL Chime browser plug-in displays molecule files in the browser.
The VMD program displays molecules and supports a large number of rendering options.
However, while these programs incorporate a knowledge of chemistry, neither of these programs provides fine control over rendering and animation. The Import Molecule max script imports the molecule files and creates max geometry that can be rendered and animated at will.
For use where architectural quality is not required, these plug-ins create stairs useful for games and other low-polygon applications.
Plug-in scripts for max and gMax to create arches including an arch door and transept object. Both Gothic and Roman arches are provided.