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Old 31-10-2002, 03:58 PM   #1
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Question using bitmap references

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Hi there!

I want to build a car in Maya Unltd. - am a COMPLETE beginner with basic knowledge (with LOADS of books...!) but I need to know how I can use a bitmap image to build from as the tutorial I have shows the sketch of the car on the actual grid (to build on), in three sections (top, one side , other side).
Step 1 tells me to get my picture referenced but the books I have don;t tell me how to seperate all the different parts....

Help!

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Old 31-10-2002, 06:01 PM   #2
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Try the gnomononline site for an answer.

'Image Plane setup for Modeling a Head'
Free tutorial

http://www.gnomononline.com/modeling.html

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