Posted by Craig Barr, 31 October 2012 9:23 am
Last year at AU2011 in Las Vegas, I gave 2 classes involving Mudbox. This post and the embedded videos are from the lecture "Design, Visualize and Create with Autodesk® Mudbox®" which examines the use of Mudbox in different realms. In Part 1, I give a brief history of the development of Mudbox, from its early days at Weta to where we are today. After the introduction, I had 3 areas of focus. Part 2 focuses on Mudbox in Architecture, Part 3 is a focus on Mudbox in the (traditional) clay concept design world in Automotive, and Part 4 looks at Mudbox as a Design and Presentation tool. The last video discusses some of the work that Lee Fraser and myself did for Lady Gaga and her designers in creating one of her costumes.
As an added bonus, I have included the document that was made available to all attendees at the time! It's a 14 page PDF document with some interesting Mudbox Tips and Tricks that pertain to the content I discuss.
Anyways, I hope you enjoy the videos. These are in a lecture format, but I do perform some live work in Mudbox throughout the talk. Apologies for the audio quality that makes me sound like I am orbiting in an Apollo capsule!
If you are going to Autodesk University this year, please join me in my class: DG4220 - Creature Modeling and Sculpting with Autodesk® Maya® and Autodesk® Mudbox®
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