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Welcome to CG Online Tutorials - In this tutorial, we will make basic rain-fall animation against a matching background in Autodesk 3dsMax.
 
 

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Basic Rain Fall Animation in 3ds Max - Tutorial for beginners  

 
Written by Zelal  
Friday, 01 March 2013
Category Autodesk 3ds Max -Textures, Animation and Modeling  
 
In this tutorial, we will make basic rain-fall animation against a matching background in 3dsmax:
 
Final rendered animation.
 
Step One
Have a look at what we will use for the rain. We will use “Spray” particle system to simulate such raining system which is located under Create > Geometry > Particle Systems.
 
Figure 1.  Click here to view larger image.
 
Step Two
For now, just to have an idea click on Spray button and, in the Top viewport, drag to draw a rectangular spray icon.
 
Figure 2.  Click here to view larger image.
 
Step Three
If you click the Play button, you will see how particles are emitting from the Spray source.
 
Figure 2.  Click here to view larger image.
 
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