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.
# 16 11-09-2004 , 06:14 AM
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John Travolta's got nothin on that!.. wasnt the exact pose i was talking about.. but its great none the less! i'll give trying to find a pic for you another go


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# 17 11-09-2004 , 06:18 AM
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WOOO i found one.. John's only using 2 fingers.. what i was trying to explain was him using the whole hand open palm, but either way here ya go

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# 18 11-09-2004 , 07:12 PM
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LOL...don't tell me this is going to be a discochar. ??....well anyways...IF that's the plan than make sure you let him dance bigtime! If I had a movetracker I would make some freakin' dance moves that would rock even the unmodelled brains of the model himself out :p

howmuch will that cost anyways ?


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# 19 12-09-2004 , 12:41 AM
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Is funny. I like the style. I'm wandering if it would be a total pain now though to round out the belly from side to side maybe, only thing I see I would change. BTW nice poses.

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