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Maya Monday: Blood Flow with MASH in Maya 2020

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This tutorial from 3D Splanchnic explains how to animate blood flow through veins with Maya 2020, using MASH. MASH is Maya’s motion graphics toolkit. This tutorial comes to us via Lester Banks.

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He talks about a couple of other tutorials. The first he references is from Ian Waters.

He also mentions this nParticle tutorial from Karyn Ho. The tutorial is Simulating Blood Flow in Maya (Tutorial) – nParticles and Fields for Dynamic Flow Simulation

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