Maya Monday: More MASH Tutorials for Maya 2018
There have been loads of fun and interesting tutorials dealing with MASH nodes, Maya’s motion graphics engine, that have come out in the last few months. Here’s a sampling of what you can do with MASH in Maya 2018.
Curl Noise Hologram
Ian Waters shows you how to create a cool hologram of a head with some curly noise. The head model is from the content browser so if you have Maya 2018, you can play along.
Maya MASH combined with BIFROST tutorial 2018
Phil Radford messes around with the dynamic properties of BIFROST with a MASH network.
Modeling Roof using Maya MASH for all types of Roof Shingles Slate, Ceramic & Spanish – MayaTubers
This tutorial is in Spanish but is subtitled in English. I love Carlos Alvarez Velazquez tutorials. They are so much fun. As the title says, he's showing you how to tile a roof using MASH.
Want more MASH tutorials?
- Maya Monday: The New MASH Dynamics Node in Maya 2018, Part 1
- Maya Monday: The New MASH Dynamics Node in Maya 2018, Part 2
- Maya Monday: The New MASH Dynamics Node in Maya 2018, Part 3
- Maya Monday: Fun with MASH
- Maya Monday: Maya for Motion Graphics and MASH
- Maya Monday: Mastering MASH’s Color Node
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