Maya for 3D Printing - Rapid Prototyping
In this course we're going to look at something a little different, creating technically accurate 3D printed parts.
# 1 18-04-2017 , 04:22 PM
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Training Request

Hi

Could i request some training please

I would like to see something modeled in Maya and then textured in substance painter 2

Thanks Mith


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# 2 18-04-2017 , 10:24 PM
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I'm working on a tutorial now that will be out this week that deals with creating a lego car it will be split into two parts both out this week dealing with modeling for beginners (you can probably skip that one) and more advanced bricks screen shot below of one of the bricks we work on

As to substance painter 2 i've been meaning to do somthing with it for a while so i'll put it on the todo list. Personally i use Mari and prefer it.

All the best
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# 3 19-04-2017 , 10:14 PM
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Thanks Dave

Looking forward to seeing what its all about. As you know i also have Mari, however some of the affects and materials that are available for SP2 are pretty damn good and with not that much work you can get something half decent in 20 mins. Of course building your textures yourself is another matter user added image

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# 4 20-04-2017 , 12:29 AM
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SP2 is a very nice painter no doubt, and as you say you can produce half decent results very quickly.

I'll look into getting some training up for it. I'm trying to push out 3 full tutorials a month at the moment so there will be 2 out this week probably over the weekend. I just finished them today.

Next up will be some interior lighting and rendering in Arnold, then we move on to explode the lego car i just built because who does not love to blow stuff up. After than i'm gong to do i think a series on bifrost. We've also got a couple of guest instructors lined up and I still have not had chance to talk to kurt about a 3D printing series, so a lot coming up i'll add SP2 to the list.

I forgot I've also got a quick rigging for character posing that's about 80% done just waiting on Mr Edwards to finish the weight painting.

So hopefully in that lot somewhere will be somthing of interest to you.
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# 5 21-04-2017 , 04:41 AM
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Really keen for the lego car tute and then it being blown up. Always love seeing ways to tackle tricky types of modeling and different types of 'effects' so can't wait!
Great job with all the content being released.


Cheers, the Yeti.
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