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Maya Monday: More Redshift and Maya

Redshift and Maya

In case you missed this tutorial series on Redshift and Maya:

Redshift for beginners tutorials from Jesus Fernandez

Redshift for beginners – 01 Physical Light

Jesus Fernandez has several videos on working with Redshift in Maya. Make sure you check out his YouTube channel. His tutorials are really good and he does a nice job of explaining things. The tutorials below are his beginner tutorials, but he has a lot more that are more in depth.

Redshift for beginners – 02 Subsurface Scattering

Redshift For Beginners – AOV – Ambient Occlusion

Redshift For Beginners – AOV – Zdepth

Redshift For Beginners – AOV – Puzzle Matte

Redshift For Beginners – Interior Lighting

Simple Ocean Solution for Redshift and Maya

This is not a video tutorial but is a quick way to render a simple ocean by Steven Cormann, Visual Development/Matte Painter/Generalist, and an Environment Artist at ILM. Make sure you check out his ArtStation page. His work is incredible.

Read the tutorial


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Posted by Michele Yamazaki