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Maya Tutorials

Maya » Modeling — about 9 years ago
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In this tut you will learn the step how to create a 3d model form sketch on paper to the final render in Maya.
Maya » Modeling — almost 9 years ago
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Model and Texture a Photorealistic USB Cable with Maya and Mental Ray - Day 2
Maya » Modeling — almost 8 years ago
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In this video tutorial artists wants to show you how to create a realistic glass of water (liquid) with Maya Mental ray materials
Maya » Modeling — almost 8 years ago
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This is a video tutorial series covering the modeling workflow of a ford mustang shelby GT500, with some additions of my own. Over the course of 9 videos in total I will explain to you how to get started, prepare to get to the modeling, what to look for and what to watch out for.
Maya » Modeling — almost 8 years ago
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The steps that follow are the result of a day’s experimentation with the goal of creating easily reproducible results when modeling a 2010 soccer ball.
Maya » Modeling — about 8 years ago
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What you love and if you create that thing or character digitally then nothing can be more satisfactory for an artist
Maya » Modeling — over 10 years ago
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got inspired for this character when I saw a sketch somebody did in my life drawing teacher Stephen's sketchbook. It just clicked me and I thought of making it in CG.
Maya » Modeling — almost 10 years ago
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Model and Texture a Photorealistic USB Cable with Maya and Mental Ray Part I
Maya » Modeling — over 10 years ago
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In this tutorial, we will make a simple reading table with chair and books using poly modeling. Follow the steps as shown below.
Maya » Modeling — over 4 years ago
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Welcome to the 6th Chapter of the Carmodeling series in Autodesk Maya. In this chapter we will continue to finalize the surfaces that we converted into polygon in the last chapter. Here We will share a technique which we found very useful to maintain the surface flow or cut flow during any kind of polygon modeling. Hope you will enjoy this.
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