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PolySnow for 3DS Max
4 January, 2019
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PolyDesign3D has revealed PolySnow which is a new particle-based tool for adding and meshing snow to objects inside 3DS Max.

Features:

  • User-friendly user interface with some explanation tooltips on buttons.
  • Live parameters let you adjust the snow at anytime you want. Non-destructive workflow.
  • SnowMerge is a powerful tool lets you connect snow meshes seamlessly.
  • Full control over the calculated mesh. You can change the settings and get a large number of variations.
  • Very fast particle calculation with a different resolutions option.
  • Add or remove snow from the areas you want by using edit particles tool.
  • Multiple layers of snow can be created and combined seamlessly.
  • There is also mesh resolution settings so you can create a low poly or highly complex snow objects.
  • Can be used for multiple objects at the same time.
  • Snow mesh is separated from object.
  • Polycount of the original object doesn’t matter for snow quality (unlike extrusion methods)
  • You can sculpt the snow for more detail with an edit poly modifier.

You can learn more and get the tool here.

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