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Animation Layers in Maya #MayaMonday

Animation Layers in Maya #MayaMonday

November 2, 2020

Harvey Newman explains how to use Animation Layers in Maya, a non-destructive way to create and blend multiple levels of animation in Maya.

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Sheen or Velvet Shader in Maya and Arnold #mayamonday

Sheen or Velvet Shader in Maya and Arnold #mayamonday

October 26, 2020

ReimagineFx walks you through making a spooky ghost with a purple sheen by using the Velvet Shader in Maya and Arnold Renderer.

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Basefount Animcraft Tutorials #gettingstarted

September 15, 2020

Basefount Animcraft is a new animation sharing and editing 3d software.  These 3 tutorials will help you get started using Animcraft in either 3ds Max or Maya.

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The Art of V-Ray for Maya, a 4-Part Practical Guide

The Art of V-Ray: Mastering the V-Ray Renderer in Autodesk Maya

September 1, 2020

Rusty Hazelden helps you master V-Ray Next for Maya in the form of a paint commercial with colorful twisting paint splashes. He dissects a series of shots, explaining the process.

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Bifrost Visual Programming Masterclass for Autodesk Maya

July 27, 2020

Watch the Bifrost Visual Programming Masterclass from The Maya Learning Channel. Create a disintegration effect on production assets…

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Boris FX Silhouette Paint – Quick Start Tutorial

June 16, 2020

Get the basics on getting started with Boris Silhouette Paint and see what you can do with it, with this quick start tutorial.

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Machine Learning - P6 - Human Face Extraction - Flame 2021

Machine Learning – P6 – Human Face Extraction – Flame 2021

April 17, 2020

With this Flame 2021, you have the ability to segment various parts of the human face for any compositing, grading and beauty work.

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Introduction to V-Ray Next Compilation

April 16, 2020

This is a compilation of the Introductory tutorials for V-Ray Next including 3ds Max, Revit, Sketchup, Rhino, Unreal, Modo and Houdini.  Most of these tutorials also have downloadable assets.

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Introduction to V-Ray Next for Revit

April 13, 2020

This video tutorial covers the basic workflow of rendering a simple scene with V-Ray for Revit.

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Introduction to V-Ray Next for 3ds Max #gettingstarted

April 9, 2020

This V-Ray Next for 3ds Max tutorial covers how to set up, light, and render an interior day scene, plus info on V-Ray Denoiser, and more!

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ePhere Ornatrix for 3ds Max: Ornatrix 101 #gettingstarted

March 10, 2020

If you are new to Ornatrix for 3ds Max, this crash course takes you through the steps of creating, editing, and rendering hair on an object.

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Ephere Ornatrix for Maya: Hair for Games: Texturing and Shading

March 10, 2020

This tutorial explains one of a few methods to render hair textures for real-time hair rendering using Ornatrix for Maya. Plus, learn how to create a hair shader using V-Ray.

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Set Up Maya To Flip Your Keys

Set Up Maya To Flip Your Keys #mayamonday

March 2, 2020

Brian Horgan has a tutorial about how he set up Maya to flip your keys and do things a little differently. In the video, he explains it all.

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Fur Creation with Ornatrix, 3ds Max, and Redshift with Andrew Krivulya

Fur Creation with Ornatrix, 3ds Max, and Redshift

February 25, 2020

Andrew Krivulya explainsFur Creation with Ornatrix for 3ds Max. Then, rendering the fur with Redshift. Then, goes through rendering with Redshift.

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Maya Monday Surface 2.0 App

Maya Monday: Surface 2.0, The realistic ARKit experience

February 24, 2020

Arvid Schneider created an iOS app called Surface 2.0, a Surface Database app. It’s made for both pros and newer users to Maya.

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