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 25-10-2003 , 10:39 PM
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Final Noobie October entries

Hey, folks.

Post your finals here! Remember, you will be required to provide your own hosting (or find someone to host it for you) if your final is above the 2mb size limit we have for attachments!

Please keep this thread the entries only. If you'd like to comment, please do so in the original entry threads.

# 2 31-10-2003 , 11:54 AM
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Scream its Hallowean!

Well, here goes my first Simply Maya competition entry... no actually thinking about it, it's my second. I entered the very first one when SM started back in April 2002 - the chair competition!
God those where the days I wonder if anyone still remembers that - Kev might.

Anyway, enough rambling here's my effort. I must admit I learnt alot about Maya doing this so I am gonna continue learning the bits I don't know, blend shape, smooth skinning - EVERYTHING user added image

It's in *.wmv format I hope that is OK, I tested it and it seems to work - let's hope so.

Enjoy!

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Tickety boo and ta ta for a bit...
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