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Maya Tutorials — Rendering

Maya » Rendering — over 4 years ago
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In this lesson, Stephen Wells is going to be covering some of the rendering parameters found within the Marmoset Toolbag. A great addition to the Basic Materials and Textures Freebie, so don't miss it!
Maya » Rendering — about 6 years ago
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Josh Robinson explains how to create a simple Maya shader with ambient occlusion that can display models more effectively without lengthy render times.
Maya » Rendering — about 7 years ago
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3D Rendering - Render Layers - Part 1 D. 2010-11-09 Programs used: Maya, Photoshop Made by Dennis Jensen Share In this tutorial I give a introduction to render layers. - How to setup render layers - How to make a Ambient occlusion and Depth of field layer - And how to combine them in photoshop
Maya » Rendering — about 7 years ago
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In today’s tutorial, Crystal Leal walks us through how to render out a wireframe version of a model using either Mental Ray or Maya’s own Vector Renderer. Once rendered, the sequences are then composited together in After Effects and rendered out to video. This technique is perfect to use when putting together turntable animations for your portfolio!
Maya » Rendering — over 7 years ago
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This is going to cover the basics of lighting and texturing a scene for a final render in Autodesk Maya 2011.
Maya » Rendering — over 7 years ago
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Throughout the course of this two part rendering tutorial you will learn how to use the powerful render layers inside Maya 2010, and also how to output them and prepare them for compositing. In the second part, you will see how you can use After Effects to composite all of those rendered layers to achieve more realistic look with custom depth of field.
Maya » Rendering — over 8 years ago
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Learn this detail enhancing rendering technique by following a few simple steps!
Maya » Rendering — over 8 years ago
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The Uninstancer allows you to bake particle instances into geometry, animation, and blendshapes that can be modified and updated without messing around with dynamics and expressions.
Maya » Rendering — over 8 years ago
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Video tutorial on Basic Rendering with Maya.
Maya » Rendering — almost 9 years ago
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In this tutorial I'll teach you how to make a picture of a glass using caustics
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