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    finalToon 4.0 tutorials (new release)

    Not sure how too share without getting spank, hopefully

    There are altogether one intro features video and two tutorials:

    https://youtu.be/QVcttbWecQ0

    finalToon 4.0
    - Sharper focus NPR rendering for artists who prefers creative line styles in their illustrations and technical drawings. This latest version will be twice as fast compared to the 3.5 and finalToon 4 supports all 100% SDK-compatible renders for 3ds Max 2017. FinalToon 4.0 will have full motion blur support with cebas finalRender and moskitoRender.

    Read the news at http://www.cebas.com/index.php?pid=news_article&nid=573

    TUTORIAL # 1 https://youtu.be/gr3be4uKCUc
    - this video is on finalToon Adobe Illustrator 2D Vector Export how-to.
    - Standard 2D objects from Max are used in the scene and you are invited to test things out with the 3ds Max export to Adobe Illustrator for further processing. Here we use the standard Scanline Render: finalToon is the most fastest and easiest solution to choose with Scanline.

    Tutorial sample scene 1: Chess set
    Tutorial sample scene 2: brain topology

    TUTORIAL # 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vD0M0yvM2-g
    - how to use the FINAL TOON Hatching Texture functionality in finalToon release 4.0.

    1) Bitmap Hatching
    2) Procedural Hatching

    Give it a 'Like' or more so I can convince the tutors to do more.
    Watch this space for more tutorials!
    Feel free to email 3dgallery@cebas.com any queries.
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    Replying with some insert images: finalToon 4.0 launched October 31, 2016 :
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    NPR Rendering in A Blink of An Eye!
    finalToon comes deeply integrated into 3ds max with perfect support of its native features. By adding finalToon as a standard 3ds Max Render Effect, interactive rendering updates are possible without the need to re-render the whole scene over and over again.
    finalToon supports many 3ds Max renderers, as long as they are 100% 3ds Max SDK conform they can be used to create Non Photo Realistic renderings with finalToon. However, the best solution for the creative artists is the combination of finalToon and finalRender. Its unique combination of powers multiplies the creative possibilities.

    Supported Rendering Solutions
    - Scanline Renderer
    - finalRender
    - moskitoRender(GPU)
    - V-RAY (CPU)
    Incompatible renderers
    - iray, mentalRay
    - ART Renderer
    - fStorm
    - Corona

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    Fantastic tutorial about finalToon. Really understandable one.I liked the way of presentation than the content. I need more details of the presentation for use it in my research work presentation completed with help of online essay writing service review
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    The best solution for the creative artists is the combination of finalToon and finalRender. Its unique combination of powers multiplies the creative possibilities.
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