Creating Realistic Eyes in Maya 2011

By: Jason Edwards | Software: Maya 2011 | Runtime: 1 hours and 17 minutes
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Creating Realistic Eyes in Maya 2011

In this project we show you how to create eyeballs with a realistic look for your characters. We start off by modeling the two layers of the inner and outer eye and cover some basic UV mapping techniques. From here we move onto lighting and shading for eyes, where we give you some useful tips on how to get that wet look in a material.

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  • Lesson Pack 01 1. Eyeball Modeling & UV Layout
  • Lesson Pack 01 2. Eyeball Shading & Rigging

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