Asim Shahzad Posted on 09. Mar, 2012 | Comment in!
I really like to watch movies and this is one of the top hobby of mine, in last days I experience a animated movie as ‘Ratatouille’ there was awesome effects and walk-through of 3d characters after this I was explore related things and stuff and got some answers, one was Maya because this is excellent tool for 3d artist for rendering, 3d modeling, 3d animations, textures and awesome visual effects are belong to this software.
This is first film industry tool and most of the art director prefer this to get desired results from their 3d movies and dimensional animations, this is must have tool for 3d designers and in this post we have some of amazing maya 3d tutorials, not only for beginners this is also helping for professionals to get some advanced techniques and inspirations for their projects and some of these Maya 3d tutorials will help to improve your artistic skills because these of all tutorials belong to more professional art directors and 3d animators work that means they would like to teach others about various techniques and handy tips through below maya tutorials. I hope all of these feature tutorials will help you and also gave answers to your mind questions when you deployment 3d animations or modeling, so enjoy.
In today’s short, but informative tutorial author Pratik Gulati will introduce you to the fundamentals of character lighting using Autodesk Maya. This is a great entry level tutorial for beginners and more advanced users alike. These universal techniques can be applied to any 3D software, so even non Maya users can follow along!
Well my major problem was with maya 2008 64bit doesnt suport vector rendering plugins. so i thought i would try something new.. i mean there has to be another sollution out there.
In this tutorial, we will make a simple butterfly and animate it.
While I am surfing in internet, I found this picture and fall in love to it. So I came with an idea, scene like that will be challenged for me. Then I started to work on scene and called it Dream Mill.. By the way I am not %100 strict to reference photo.
The video is an introduction to a popular rig, made by community members of the Eleven Second Club. The forums were full of questions about how to use the rig, so this is what this video is about.
In this tutorial Sansar Tripathi will show you how to build a very simple robot in Maya using basic poly modeling techniques. With the model complete he’ll move on to setting up and applying procedural materials and explain the settings to use when rendering in Maya with Vray for fast test renders, as well as what settings to change to produce your final high quality output.
This tutorial assumes that you have an intermediate knowledge of Maya.
This tutorial will show you how to create very realistic coin using only maya 3d.
This tutorial by DTUTS is for beginner/intermediate level. Done in real time, in Autodesk Maya.
This image is the evolution of a previous project where the character was sitting and could be seen the full body. The idea was to show a feminine science fiction portrait with a peculiar helmet (I love to insert this kind of items, as I believe they are very intriguing) from where were spreading sunrays.
The Bridge action allows you to create a mesh connecting pairs of border edges, in other words bridging them.
Well in this tutorial I am going to share with you the process of my model “Pink Converse”, or at least I will try, since this is my first Making Off
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to render a realistic electric guitar in Maya using VRay. Sansar will cover the process of creating and applying materials and textures to the model. And how to setup Vray to achieve a very realistic render in Maya with HDRI reflections and global illumination.
Open the scene the run the script. A dome (nurb sphere) will be created.
Learn how to model a spiral.
how to create a simple Maya shader with ambient occlusion that can display models more effectively without lengthy render times.
I’m very happy to create this tutorial and honoured to share this with you.
In this new multi-part tutorial series, Shaun Keenan shares the techniques and workflow he uses to create characters using Maya and ZBrush. In the first lesson Shaun will demonstrate basic blocking techniques to quickly build a sculpt-able base mesh for the character’s clothing, which will then be exported to ZBrush for detailing and refinement in part two.
This is my second tutorial hope it ll b useful 2 riggers, like my 1st tutorial (hand stretch).here i explained stretch&squash for vehicle rigging by using expression.
Duplicate Special lets you duplicate objects, change the transformation attributes of the duplicated object(s), and duplicate mulitple objects at a time.
Enter here and learn how to make a simple polygon watch in Maya.
David Moratilla reveals the texturing and shading secrets behind his amazingly life-like female portrait.
In this making artist will share the workflow, sketching the idea is one of the most important step, to put your ideas on paper.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a next-gen, game model of an old weathered Boiler, with the help of only one black & white reference image. The whole process will cover the Low poly Modeling, High poly Modeling, UV mapping, Textures baking (i.e Normal and Occlusion maps) and Diffuse Texturing. Finally we’ll be applying Xoliul’s shader in Maya for realtime rendering of the model.
Maya fluids gives you the tools to simulate any kind of smoke, fire, water, explosions, wind effects etc. and is a very powerful tool for every FX artist. The fluid simulations and shading can be as different as night and day, but they rely on the same attributes which you’ll better understand after completing this tutorial.
In this tutorial you will go through the process of modeling and rendering a Photorealistic USB cable in Autodesk Maya. You will also learn to use Mental Ray, along with the new architectural materials, rendering layers, and Photoshop, to create a fast, accurate, and photorealistic depth of field.
In this tutorial, Arvid Schneider discusses how to create effective lighting for an interior room visualization.
This tutorial series will walk you through step-by-step how to model, texture, and animate a clock. The tutorial covers box modeling techniques, revolve modeling techniques, and boolean modeling techniques. We’ll be touching as well on basic principals of expression-generated animation.
In today’s tutorial you’ll learn how to create a great looking unfolding effect in Maya 2012 with the help of the “Morrisfold” plugin. This free script makes what would normally be a very time consuming task, a complete breeze. Allowing you to quickly adjust, change or completely re-time your animations in a matter of minutes!
So in this tutorial we will learn how to make a realistic 3D-Anaglyphic render in Maya 2012.
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