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Old 27-09-2005, 05:57 AM   #31
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Hey guys...and ladies if there are any here...
I just had to hop on and say thank you for the tutorial.
Excellent work...
Impressive and very helpful
I have never done anything with cloth or clothing but this really helped the grasp a small straw of understanding in the realm of cloth
Again...a thousand thank you's
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Old 05-10-2005, 12:19 PM   #32
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thanks, I need the tips, and any other help i can get
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Hi There guys,

i'm new here,and beginner with maya.
I've downloaded this tutorial ,saw it and it's really great.

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Old 07-08-2006, 02:30 AM   #34
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cool movie....thanks alot! I really alot from this one
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Old 07-08-2006, 07:53 AM   #35
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i am another with all the free tuts, but i think i have mentioned all the guys who have done them as unsung heroes a number of times. I think we all try our best to help each other. i have the cloth t-shirt and now the new one but I'm still doing this (dog) of Kurt's because i agree that the free ones are really short and to the point for us beginners.
all you guys have done a lot for 3D and remember that in the 30s film making was considered a lower class distraction and not an art form. expect big things and a proper recognition for 3D in the future

thanks all the guys who have helped anyone
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Old 14-08-2006, 10:08 PM   #36
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cool man that is a fantastic cloth you have designed keep it up with maya.
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oh great one very helpful
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i am brand new to the world of graphic design. i am looking to explore, learn, utilize, and conqur it. but i have to admit this is a very frustrating :headbang: thing to learn. first i will say thank your for the free tutorial it is probably not much help to me now but eventualy when i get to that it should be.

the second thing is can anyone recomend a good starter program to use ( free is best )

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Old 27-08-2006, 06:19 PM   #39
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Maya Personal Learning Edition :attn:
It can be found on:
http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet...112&id=7639525
I know it may be hard for ya, but hey.. Maya Rulez!!!
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Just wanted to give my thanks for the free tut!! I'm no where near ready for this yet, but any and all info I can get is greatly appreciated!! Thanks again...

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well guys i am new to the world of 3d and i am very confused on how to start or what to learn please can any body out there give a helping hand. and thanks for the free tutorial on clothing though it still looks like magic to me now but all the same thanks we need more people like you around you encourage starters like me because free stuffs like this surely helps.
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Old 11-09-2006, 06:10 AM   #43
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Hi Sol,

I've been modeling for about 6 years but new to Maya. I started by getting a few books, and trying some tuts here . I tended to learn the basics from both. Learning the most used tools and how to work them. Alot of trial and error, and it will slowly come to you. I recommend a Maya book for beginners, to learn the basics in modeling, then move to an intermediate book to move forward. But, I can tell you this.. you'll always have questions and Maya being such a huge app, you will need to , from time to time, need help. ( I seem to need quite a bit!! :p ) So ask questions.
Good luck! ( to us both! )
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Thanks for the tut, I learned some new cool stuff from it.
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