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 THE BASIC ELEMENTS APRON 3DS MAX TUTORIAL 24.02.2003
 Learn about the basic elements of a 3D model. Ronny André Reierstads's Easy Baking Recipe..How to do it step by step...INSTRUCTIONS:

 A 3D model consists of several elements vertex, edge and face and polygon. The picture on the left is taken from the viewport layout in Studio Max.

 Vertex or point in 3D, is the smallest element. In 3D a vertex is defined from 3 coordinates. The variables X, Y and Z is often used.

 Edge is a segment consisting of two vertices.

 Face or triangle is consiting of 3 edges and 3 vertices.

 Polygon is consisting of 3 or more vertices.

 For now this is all you have to know about vertex, edge, face and polygon. I will not look into the mathematical definitions of these elements, since this tutorial is ment for beginners.
 APRON 3D STUDIO MAX TUTORIALURL: http://www.morrowland.com/apron/tut_3ds.phpRegards.Ronny André Reierstad