Introduction to Maya - Modeling Fundamentals Vol 2
This course will look in the fundamentals of modeling in Maya with an emphasis on creating good topology. It's aimed at people that have some modeling experience in Maya but are having trouble with complex objects.
# 1 17-11-2011 , 10:29 PM
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interesting dynamics tutorial....

I found this at lesterbanks.com. It is an interesting tutorial on how to simulate fluids in a glass without using maya fluids. This is only part one and took me a lot of stopping and replaying to get to the point where he stops but I am finding it an interesting process and wanted to share it....

only part 1 / 4 so far...

StartVFXPro.com — Fluid Level Animation Tutorial. Part 1/4 on Vimeo


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# 2 18-11-2011 , 08:08 AM
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That is a nice way of doing that! Nice find.

You prabably would not want to use fluids for a fluid (liquid interacting with air) anyway, it's not made for that, more single fluid interactions (gas, gas interactions such as smoke and air or ink in water).


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# 3 18-11-2011 , 11:34 PM
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wow cool ct I will watch this one


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"A Darkness at Sethanon", a book I aspire to model some of the charcters and scenes
# 4 19-11-2011 , 12:35 AM
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The Russian accent really sells it too, as did the slide presentation part. It just has a real academic feel to it. haha


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