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How To: Create and destroy a crowd of models in 3DS MAX

Destroying crowds of little people has been a favorite passtime of dictators since time immemorial, but also a colossal waste of manpower. Now you can get some of the same thrill without all the needless death using 3D Studio MAX. This video will show you how to model, animate, and duplicate with particle flow a series of small robots. Then it will show you how to use a collision object (here a meteor) to destroy them all in fiery glory.

How To: Destroy a modeled object with SilverBullet in Cinema4D

This tutorial covers building a brick wall and destroying it nicely using SilverBullet for Cinema4D and a little custom Xpresso. Whether you're new to MAXON's popular 3D modeling application or are just looking to get better acquainted with Cinema 4D and its various features and functions, you're sure to enjoy this free video software tutorial. For more information, including complete instructions, watch this 3D modeler's guide.

How To: Destroy a mesh with external particles in Blender

This clip presents detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to destroy a Suzanne object using external plane particles. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular 3D modeling program or a seasoned graphic artist just interested in better acquainting yourself with the application, you're sure to be well served by this free video tutorial. For more information, and to get started usng this great trick yourself, take a look!

How To: Weave a toothbrush rug out of a destroyed umbrella

Listig the weaver likes to brag that the toothbrush rag rug weaving craft is the closest there is to making a silk purse from a sow's ear. In this video tutorial series, he takes two umbrellas and uses them to add on to a rug which was started from a discarded shower curtain. Watch these instructional videos and learn how to weave a toothbrush out of a destroyed umbrella.

How To: Destroy a wall using RealFlow and rigid body dynamics

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to destroy a modeled wall using rigid body dynamics within RealFlow. Whether you're new to RealFlow's popular fluids and body modeling software or are just looking to get better acquainted with the application its various features and functions, you're sure to enjoy this free video software tutorial. For more information, and to get started using this trick in your own RealFlow projects, watch this 3D modeler's guide.

How To: Create DIY edgy destroyed jeans

Why pay all the money for destroyed designer jeans when you can get that same look for free? Using simple tools you find in your house you can get that ripped looked for any pair of your jeans. After this quick video, you will be on your way to great looking jeans without a trip to the mall. All you need to get started is a razor, scissors, and a piece of cardboard. So save yourself some cash and create the destroyed jean look yourself.

How To: Destroy denim with household items

Everyone wants trendy custom looking destroyed jeans and this video teaches us the best, and most practical way to destroy them yourself at home, avoiding the often huge markups stores can apply to these sorts of items. Taking the jeans that you intend to alter, you take a simple razor to the area you wish to rip, and lightly, in a sort of tapping motion, slash at it until you expose a whitish color in the material. Go all the way through if you wish to expose skin, but be careful where you d...

How To: Crack the lock on a safe without destroying it or leaving a trace

Safecracking is something that most of us will only come in contact with in the movies, where strange men and women stick their head against safes and twist dials until the safe magically opens. If your interest in gaining entrance to safes that aren't yours goes beyond that, this video will teach you most of what you need to know. It features a prominent lockpicker giving a 30 minutes presentation on non-destructive safecracking techniques.

How To: Make an DIY Aliens power loader prop for cheap

The Alien movies, most notably Alien and Aliens, are icons of sci-fi horror, and one of their most well-known elements is the awesome power loader that Sigourney Weaver's character Ellen Ripley used to tear the aliens apart. This video will show you how to make your own prop replica of the power loader at home for cheap, so that you can destroy aliens in your own films or maybe pretend to maul some party guests.

How To: Destroy jeans to look like Hollister's

In this video, we learn how to destroy jeans to look like Hollister's. First, you will need to take your jeans, a nail file, and scissors. After you have these, use your files to rub onto the jeans where you want your hole to be at. Go from side to side to create a lighter look than is on the rest of the jeans. After you start grating through the jeans, there should be a small hole forming. Pull at the strings as you see them, then stick your finger inside the hole to make it the size you wan...

How To: Distress and cut up jeans to destroy them

In this tutorial, we learn how to distress and cut up jeans to destroy them. First, you will grab an old pair of pants that you want to have a distressed look on. First, you will need to take some sand paper and rub it on the front of the jeans in the thigh area. After you do this to your liking, you will take your scissors and cut a small hole going down the legs. Use your hands to make the holes larger, then leave the frays at the end for a more distressed look. When finished, wash them off...

How To: Make the perfect hole for your destroyed denim

In this tutorial, we learn how to make the perfect hole for your destroyed denim. First, you will need to grab a pair of sharp scissors. Make small horizontal cuts around 1 cm apart. Once you have made as many cuts as you want, you will use tweezers to pull out the fray that is on the bottom of the cuts in the jeans. To create nicks and grindings, use a Dremmel tool on the jeans. This will help you sand down the area of the jeans you want the hole to be and create a distressed look. When fini...

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