Introduction to Maya - Rendering in Arnold
This course will look at the fundamentals of rendering in Arnold. We'll go through the different light types available, cameras, shaders, Arnold's render settings and finally how to split an image into render passes (AOV's), before we then reassemble it i
# 1 10-03-2018 , 12:09 AM
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New Tutorials (The Robot and More)?

I noticed the robot in the hero banner. He's textured, sitting against a graffiti wall. Is that image a preview of things to come (texturing, posing and environment) or do I have to beg? user added image

Also in general, are you planning to release more tutorials more frequently?

Thanks in advance.


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# 2 10-03-2018 , 02:18 PM
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Yes, a UV tutorial covering the new tools inside Maya and a full Substance painter tutorial will be online today.

Next week will be lighting posing and rendering with Arnold and Maya including integration into existing photographs.

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# 3 10-03-2018 , 02:20 PM
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After that we have some guest instructors lined up and i'll be doing a Lego car explosion.

I'm back after taking some time of due to a death in the family.
David


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# 4 12-03-2018 , 10:45 PM
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Yes, a UV tutorial covering the new tools inside Maya and a full Substance painter tutorial will be online today.

Next week will be lighting posing and rendering with Arnold and Maya including integration into existing photographs.

David user added image

I am sorry for your loss. Family and loved ones are much more important. Thanks, David. I am happy you are back and am wishing you healing.

I hope that what I posted wasn't insensitive. I didn't know and was worried about joining if the site (like 3D Buzz) ceased to move forward with new Maya tutorials. Again, thanks and I apologize.


Lil

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# 5 14-03-2018 , 12:23 PM
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Hi Lil

We are defiantly moving forward, there will be another tutorial out this weekend.

thank you very much for the kind words,i really did not think your original comment was insensitive in any way. I'm happy your interested in our work.

All the best
David


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