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Old 16-04-2009, 06:25 AM   #1
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Hey guys, i was trying to build Su-30MK but i always got stuck while building body :headbang: So, i think i don't have enough knowledge about Maya. So just asking if anyone of you know any book or video series that they have learned Maya from.. thank you i know people here have great knowledge of Maya ..

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Old 16-04-2009, 12:04 PM   #2
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There are free video tutorials on this site, and if you just google "maya tutorials" there are leterally thousands on the internet. They're not hard to find at all, though for some of the best ones from this site and digital tutors, 3dbuzz and gnomon workshop you'll have to pay.

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equally as good (and as i've mentioned this over and over again) are the tutorials that come with maya because they are current with the version you have
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Originally posted by Chirone
equally as good (and as i've mentioned this over and over again) are the tutorials that come with maya because they are current with the version you have

Got to agree, the first port of call with maya is the help files and the little movies that pop up for a complete novice.
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Originally posted by gster123
the first port of call with maya is the help files and the little movies that pop up for a complete novice.
As Chirione and gster suggest, that should have been my first thought. Definately the best place to start.

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Old 17-04-2009, 09:31 PM   #6
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