Build Your Own Tie Fighter: Learn Low-Poly Modeling and Procedural Texturing with Cris Robson’s 3ds Max and KeyShot Tutorial Set

Attention all Star Wars fans and 3D artists! Are you looking to create your own Tie Fighter model? Look no further than the new tutorial set now available on Cris Robson’s website, 3d-palace.

Cris, also known as Ol_Blue, has created a six-part tutorial set that guides you through the entire process of building a detailed low-polygon Tie Fighter model using 3ds Max and KeyShot. This set covers everything from modeling, to texturing, to exporting the model to be used in Quixel Mixer. The tutorial set is designed to be easy to follow and is suitable for artists of all skill levels.

One of the highlights of this tutorial set is the focus on creating procedural textures for the Tie Fighter model. This method of texturing allows for more flexibility and control over the final look of the model, and is a valuable skill for any 3D artist to have.

Whether you’re a Star Wars fan looking to create your own Tie Fighter model or a 3D artist looking to improve your modeling and texturing skills, this tutorial set is an invaluable resource. With Cris’s expertise and experience in the industry, you’re sure to create a highly detailed and accurate model of the iconic Tie Fighter.

Head over to 3d-palace and check out the Tie Fighter tutorial set now. With this set, you’ll be able to create your own Tie Fighter and take your modeling and texturing skills to the next level.

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