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Maya Tutorials

Maya » Modeling — almost 7 years ago
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In this making artist will explain the most important steps in creating this alien monster bust
Maya » Modeling — about 7 years ago
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This is a step by step creation process of image The Ubri using ZBrush. Basic knowledge of ZBrush required to follow this tutorial...
Maya » Modeling — almost 6 years ago
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Luca Nemolato talks us through the unusual photobashing technique he uses to create his amazing concept art.
Maya » Modeling — about 8 years ago
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In this tutorial I will explane you how to make meat grinder.
Maya » Animation — over 7 years ago
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Although animating with deformers is a commonly used technique in the VFX industry, a lot of people don’t know about it’s benefits. Well, after this tutorial that’’s going to change. We’ll be looking at how to animate complex expressions with deformers, along with why they can be extremely useful. Enjoy!
Maya » Animation — about 8 years ago
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In this tutorial you will learn how to effectively use constraints to rig any misshapen, non-spherical, cartoon eye. Not every model has a circular eye, and the shape of your eye shouldn't stand in your way. The tutorial is written for Autodesk Maya 2009.
Maya » Basics — over 8 years ago
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Kristina Johnson presents an excellent step by step guide for the modeling, shading, lighting and rendering of a realistic lava lamp in Maya 2009
Maya » Basics — about 8 years ago
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This is Part 2, in which we will texture and light up our interior scene using studio light setup. See the previous post for instructions on how to model the scene from scratch.
Maya » Textures — over 8 years ago
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When attempting to add realistic looking dirt and grime to your 3d art, it can sometimes be a little too easy to go overboard. In this tutorial you will learn a simple technique of adding dust and dirt to your 3d objects, without overdoing it, to finally give them a more lifelike and realistic feel. The software we will be using is Maya, but this technique can be used on almost any 3d model, and can easily be acieved in all of the major 3d packages on the market.
Maya » Modeling — over 7 years ago
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Hello! This is a video tutorial I made with the hopes that I might inspire or show people approaches to modeling that they haven't thought of before.
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