Facial Animation Rig for Delgo - Page 3 - Free Character Tutorials for Maya I am Warren Grubb, Animation Director for Fathom Studios on the film Delgo. (click here for the trailer) When we R&D for the feature film Delgo, I was Technical Director and I knew we would need a facial rig for our characters that was more powerful and flexible than standard multi-targeted blendshape rigs. The solution we came up with, to describe it very simply, uses NURBS curves as influence objects on a poly mesh that is bound to control joints using smooth skining. Character Rigging 25 Oct 2010 This is the fourth tutorial in my four part series dealing with character animation. These tutorials are targeted for beginners wanting to learn the basics of modeling, uvw mapping, texturing, rigging, and creating a cute 3d monster. In this fourth part we’re dealing with character rigging. You’ll learn the basics of using the Morpher and Skin modifiers to manipulate and deform a simple character.
Blog - Ctrl+Paint Our surroundings have a visceral effect on our moods. Some people can't get anything done in a cluttered room, and others can't concentrate without background chatter. In today's post we'll explore how this concept applies to an under-appreciated part of your environment: the computer desktop. Like a messy room or a gleaming, minimal, office building - certain spaces yield certain results. I can't presume to know the environment that you thrive in. Making of PhotoRealistic Actress In 3D Making of PhotoRealistic Actress In 3DMaking-of by CG artist, MAX Wahyudi CGIndia Feature CGIndia bring you quite Useful and Free tutorial for Maya Users. The tutorials is created by CG Artist MAX Wahyudi who shows us Making of "PhotoRealistic Actress In 3D using Autodesks Maya". If you like to share your knowledge with CG Community and have any tutorials, we will be glad to feature them on our website along with description about author and website link. Send your tutorials to email@example.com Making of by MAX Wahyudi
.. Education Powered by 3d-Palace.com ..::3ds max resources::.. free video tutorials All video tutorials I've contributed to can be found on My YouTube Channel, along with a few samples from the DTE v3 book which I've added as freebies. Keep checking back and subscribe to the channel and my Facebook page as I'll be updating those considerably more than this page from now on. Here's a sample. Color Theory Tutorial, Concepts, Essays and Color Basics Why study color theory? If you are involved in the creation or design of visual documents, an understanding of color will help when incorporating it into your own designs. Choices regarding color often seem rather mystical, as many seem to base decisions on nothing other than "it looks right." Although often told I had an eye for color, the reason why some colors worked together while others did not always intrigued me and I found the study of color theory fascinating. While attending the University of Minnesota I enrolled in almost every course I could from different departments: graphic design, interior design, and fine arts. During my studies, I learned that there were 2 main reasons why scholars investigated color—the first involved the communication of colors; the other involved the application of color.
Modeling a face in 3ds max Second Picture is devoted to original tutorials about 3D graphics, Photoshop, Photography and Web Design. 23.10.2007 Category: 3D (Modeling) | Modeling Human Head in 3D Studio MAX 05/10 3D Modeling the Forehead Picture 1. Maxscript 101 - Free Online Training The creator of Maxscript (John Wainwright) has made his previously commercial training DVD available for free on Vimeo! It's broken up into easy to watch chunks and even though it's a bit dated it remains one of the best introductions to MAXScript available. A sincere thanks from the ScriptSpot community to John Wainwright for releasing his incredibly valuable training series for free and to our very own "Garp" for putting in the time to get the video split into sections & uploaded. Thanks! MAXScript 101 is a digital video-based introductory course for MAXScript, the scripting language in Autodesk's 3ds max®, gmax® and VIZ 3D applications, designed and presented by MAXScript's creator, John Wainwright.
Run Freak Run - The Fairytale This week we had an interesting question posed to us by Jarrod in the blog’s comment section. In a nutshell it was about breaking out of an old style, and whether we have any helpful views on that subject. I started writing an answer, but it blew out of proportion pretty quickly. Silver said he wants to contribute his thoughts on the matter too, but since out of the two of us I’m the “man of few words”, we decided this subject will do better as a proper blog post. 100+ Maya 3D Tutorials For Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Users When it comes to high-end 3d computer graphics and 3d modeling software package, Autodesk Maya is always one of application to be considered. Maya plays an important role in the 3d visualization and animation industry and they are top choices for many designers on large or small-scale production. Pin it If you are looking to picking up Maya to design your 3d models, this article is for you. We’ve collected more than 100 useful Maya 3D tutorials, ranging from beginner level to intermediate and advanced users. Full list after jump.
3D Total Interviews Click the image to go to the tutorial on painting this image. 3D Total: During your career, you've worked as a web designer, storyboard artist, director, photographer and artist/illustrator, amongst other things. Which has been your favourite industry and role to work in and why? Robert Chang: It's funny, I've made my living mostly as a visual artist, but that actually ranks the lowest on my list of passions. Making of Little Fishes Hey there, I m so happy to be here and thanks to CGArena to give me the opportunity to share my workflow with you. A little bit about me, I am a freelance character artist working from France and I made this character during some spare time. Let’s get down to business. First of all I always start by sketching the idea of how the final image will look. I really think it’s one of the most important step, to put your ideas on paper, it clarify your mind for later on when you’ll start using mouse and all these fancy 3d software’s, be sure of where you are heading will save your time later on.