How do I make a 3D model of my own car?
I’ve got an old Honda Accord that was originally built in the mid-1970s and still runs, but I’m never really into that kind of detail.
And I’ve always wanted to paint one of my cars with some of the latest 3D software.
So I thought I’d come up with a simple method for modelling cars.
I’ve been tinkering with it on and off since, and finally figured out how to do it in my spare time, so that’s what I’m going to share with you today.
This method involves a basic toolkit like paintbrush and a basic model kit like a 3DS Max or Maya 3D printer.
It also uses the software to create 3D models.
I’ll show you how to get started and then how to print your own car in the video below.
But before we start, I want to take you through the process of building your own 3D car.
Step one: Create your own model kit I know what you’re thinking: “I already have a 3d model of the car I’m building.”
But that’s not really true.
This process is a lot easier than you think, so I’m not going to go through all the steps.
You’ll just have to do the following: Download and install a free 3D modelling software such as Maya or 3ds Max Create a model using your favourite software, such as the free software Sketch or Paint It 3D Open your 3dsMax file Select the file you want to create an object using the menu on the top right of your screen Add a layer of material for your object.
Select the material for the layer, and then choose a color to apply to the object.
Add some detail to your model, by applying shading, using highlights, or by using shadowing.
Finally, select a color and blend it together to make your final object.
Step two: Add a simple shape to your car This step is fairly straightforward.
Select your 3d object from the drop-down menu on your 3D modeling software, and choose “Create a shape” (the green square) Select “Shape Builder” and create a new shape, such the “Head, Seat and Seatbelt” (green square).
Add a few lines to your shape to add detail.
You can choose from a range of shapes, such “Head”, “Side, Sideview”, “Cab, Front and Back”, “Back Seat”, “Headlight”, “Hood” and so on.
Click “Finish” and your 3DsMax file should now show you your car.
You may want to apply a little bit of shading to your object before painting.
It’s easy to forget this step, so it’s best to make sure you’re applying the right amount of shading.
Add a little detail to the headlight, by putting a little highlight to it and using shadows.
You could also add a little more detail to it by adding more of a shadow to it, or a highlight to the sides.
If you’re doing this with a car, you’ll also want to paint it to look like it has wheels.
This is easy to do.
Select a layer from the bottom of your 3DSMax file and select “Shape Paint” from the menu.
You will then see a “Shape” icon in the top left corner.
Select “Paint on” from this menu, and select your paintbrush, or paintbrush brush, from your computer.
The “Paints” icon on your computer is a “Layers” icon, and the “Pixelfix” icon is a pencil icon.
Choose your paint and choose the brush from your 3rd layer menu.
Paint on the shape you just created using the brush you just used, and you should now see your car painted.
You might need to use some detail in the shape to get the right effect.
Step three: Make the car glow green, red or blue Once you’ve finished building your car, your car should now glow a colour or shade of green, orange or red depending on which shade of red or green it has.
You won’t see any detail or shading on the car, but the car should still be in good shape, and look cool.
To make the car fade into the distance, you can use the “Fade to Grey” option in your 3DO file.
I’m using a blue 3DO, so there’s a little trick to this process.
Click the “Toggle Color” button at the bottom left of your file.
This will change the colour of the object, which will change your colour palette.
You then need to apply the shade to the surface of the model by painting over it, so you don’t end up with the “dark blue” effect that you get with the standard method.
Then, if you don ‘t want to use the fade to grey option, you could paint over the model in a normal way, by just using