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Maya Tutorials

Maya » Modeling — almost 8 years ago
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orial is done by Benny Mathiesen. He shows a quick way to setup a mouse for modelling with your foot, how to change the settings in windows, and what you can actually model this way. In the end Benny shows some of the work he did.
Maya » Modeling — over 7 years ago
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The original idea of the image came in the artist mind from the references he collected
Maya » Modeling — about 9 years ago
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This tutorial series covers how to model, texture, and render a toy dragonfly. This tutorial is aimed at beginners.
Maya » Modeling — about 9 years ago
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A video of me modeling a prop inspired by an UT3 prop. Hopefully this will be educational and/or inspirational for you to watch.
Maya » Modeling — over 6 years ago
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Bruno Hamzagic shows us the creation of this amazing image that gave him the opportunity to mix two of his passions: 3D artwork and football.
Maya » Modeling — over 7 years ago
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In this tutorial we look at how to model a hand in 3D
Maya » Modeling — over 10 years ago
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Summarize the workflow used for one of my characters with lots of images and print-screens directly from the applications used
Maya » Modeling — over 7 years ago
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These tutorials diggs deep into the unknown land of head modeling. If you are new to modeling. This will be a great tutorial for you.
Maya » Animation — over 4 years ago
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In the 5th Chapter of the rigging in Autodesk Maya , we will discuss on how to create the finger joints on a character which is not in a T position. We will also learn how to maintain a basic local rotation axis order for future use while creating the joints in fingers specially in thumb. Hope this will be helpful for you people.
Maya » Animation — over 8 years ago
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Dynamics simulations can be a powerful tool when trying to generate realistic looking effects that would be very difficult to achieve manually. In this tutorial you will learn how to use nDynamics' passive colliders and ncloth objects, in conjunction with fields like air and gravity, to easily simulate realistic dynamic objects such as a windy flag or a water container.
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