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Old 08-05-2005, 05:49 PM   #1
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Smile hi evrery body

hi every body i am completly new in maya and in this forum. iwould like to learn the basic of maya. i use zbrush but want to learn mmore about maya.if someone know stg that can help me to learn ...say it to me

i am very very very very noob. i dont even know how to deform a sphere oor stg else. it isnt an english progamme for me now lol.its chinesse.

i dont speak english very well so...

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Old 08-05-2005, 06:26 PM   #2
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I think you go and look free tutorials on maya basic. It come up at when you star the maya program on.

(hope that that was basic anough for you and welcome to SM, you will learn alot, these tutorials are great)
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Old 08-05-2005, 06:33 PM   #3
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Default Re: hi evrery body

Originally posted by mc-fleury
hi every body
Hi, Dr. Nick! (sorry couldn´t resist).

On a serious note, the videos that come up when you start Maya are indeed good in order to get started (as Alienscience says), and also there are a lot to learn from free tutorials, written or video, from this site and others. Won´t link any, because that would be rather rude

And once you have the basics down, you´ll probably have a clearer idea of what you want to learn, so at that point you could consider buying some of the (very good) video tutorials here.

And finally, just try some stuff. It´s amazing how much you can learn on your own just by fooling around with the program.

And welcome to the site, I´m sure you will enjoy this place (I certainly do).

Cheers, MX.
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You should download the first tutorial called "Cartoon Dog" by Kurt Boutilier from this site. He does alot of shape shifting. However, it may be hard for you to follow if you don't speak good English ,but you may pick up some basics.

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