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Old 06-04-2004, 07:04 PM   #1
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Default Teaching Myself Maya - Need a Glass Tutorial

Hey all,

Found this site recently and have enjoyed looking around. I've been teaching myself Maya over the last few months, right now I'm going through the Learning Maya foundation book. I have some ideas for some projects for when I start making them "on my own" and one project will need glass windows. Can someone point me to a good easy tutorial? It doesn't have to be a fancy one and it it just using the materials with Maya, all the better. I'm not lookin to get complex with texturing just yet.

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Please use the search, this was discussed a little while ago.
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Try http://www.learningmaya.com/tutorials.php they have just about anything you could ask for in tutorials.
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