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Old 18-03-2009, 03:57 PM   #1
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Amazing tutorial - Chef Ramsay Tutorial.

I am brand new to the Maya 3D World - haven't even loaded the software on the system yet.

As I am eager to learn - will there be a follow-on tutorial in the form of a rigging tutorial?
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Old 18-03-2009, 10:20 PM   #2
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I cant say as yet. Its a possibilty, it would depend on how much demand there would be for another rigging tute.

Im currently in the process of a different tute for the site that Im hoping to have finished within the next week or so

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Have just started watching Chef Ramsay, and I would welcome another character tut + rig!

My suggestion for a character: Nelson Mandela! Such character and great expressions. His face alone is worth a 1000 words!

I'm ex South African, so I'm slightly biased! :p

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I have seen the Chef Ramsey tuts all the way thru and all I can say is wow. That show is playing in Oz at the moment and to see those characters and know how they were built is great.

Put me down for a sale if a rigging tutorila comes along.:blush:
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i double the need for another rigging tut and once more another +++ for the Chef Ramsay Tut...

although iam still waiting for the project files

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Waiting for the project files?

Are they not there to download. There has been an issue before with this, please email David (site admin) he will point you in the right direction.

I will try and get round to the rigging of Ramsay at some point. I am currently finishing another tute for all you dudes and dudettes at the moment whilest balancing a full working day as a VFX 3d modeller in London....

anyway back to it

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