MacVFX Training Series: Maya | NURBS Modeling
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Introduction to NURBS Modeling in Maya.   Demo ($49.95)
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Maya | NURBS Modeling provides an introduction to NURBS Modeling in Maya on Mac OS X. Visual effects artists will discover Maya's powerful modeling tools through easy to follow, step-by-step lessons. Numerous tips for efficient modeling are also provided, including: how to keep objects organized using the layer editor and how to create accurate scale models using reference images.

All of the modeling techniques are then put to use in the final exercise, creating a traditional kerosene lantern using NURBS curves and surfaces.
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Type:Multimedia Design : Animation
License:Demo
Date:27 Dec 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price: $49.95
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Maya | NURBS Modeling provides an introduction to NURBS Modeling in Maya on Mac OS X. Visual effects artists will discover Maya's powerful modeling tools through easy to follow, step-by-step lessons. Numerous tips for efficient modeling are also provided, including: how to keep objects organized using the layer editor and how to create accurate scale models using reference images.

All of the modeling techniques are then put to use in the final exercise, creating a traditional kerosene lantern using NURBS curves and surfaces.


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