Create a meteor shower in 3ds Max

If you want to make a 3D meteor shower for a scene or project, you can easily render a photorealistic meteor shower in any 3D design application, such as 3ds Max and Sitni Sati's FumeFX, which we'll use here.

It's a less deadly and far quicker approach than having to get a doctorate in theoretical physics, to invent a time machine to go forward in time to when humans are advanced enough to control the paths of meteors and space debris, to create a real meteor shower.

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A motion graphics and VFX artist from Pakistan with nine years' experience, Syawish loves motion graphics and making video tutorials.