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Maya Tutorials

Maya » Textures — about 6 years ago
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Arvid just want to show you a quick and easy method to create ambient occlusion using Maya and Vray. Its using the surfa...
Maya » Modeling — almost 4 years ago
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A short tutorial on how to model a character in Maya, that will be properly topologized and suitable for animation.
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 — over 8 years ago
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In this 3 part Maya workflow tutorial you will learn how to model, texture, and render a Katana, the legendary Samurai sword. For the modeling portion, we will use Maya’s basic polygon editing tools, while UVlayout will be used to create the UVs, and of course Photoshop to create the textures. We will also briefly cover Mental Ray for rendering the final image.
Maya » Modeling — over 10 years ago
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In this tutorial you will learn how to model kempston pro joystick using polygons and NURBS. References can be found on google images.
Maya » Textures — almost 5 years ago
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In this lesson, Ricardo Rambarran is going to demonstrate how to use color channels within specular maps to create masks inside of UDK. A cool tips for sure, so don't miss it!
Maya » Basics — over 7 years ago
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Josh Robinson, lead artist at Lucas Films, discusses how to quickly bake ambient occlusion onto multiple objects using Maya.
Maya » Scripting — over 8 years ago
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Kludge city is a procedural building and skyscraper generator being developed by Visual Effects Artist, Ed Whetstone, as part of his short film project, “The Deliverator”. It is open-source, and freely available for anyone to use or edit, so head on over to www.whetstonevfx.com and download it now!
Maya » Rendering — about 8 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 » Dynamics — over 8 years ago
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Little workflow video to show how get the hair driven by a cloth simulation in Maya. This is small video tutorial to give you some tips.
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