Posted by Craig Barr, 26 May 2011 8:00 pm
If there was every such a thing as a Muddy Jackpot, Wayne Robson has just delivered it to the CG World!
Wayne Robson has generously uploaded a wealth of Mudbox Tutorial videos. Below are the links in a list. There are many, many hours of video here. Please read the excerpt from his post below and note the point about sharing and spreading the word! His original blog entry can be found here: http://waynerobsondash.blogspot.com/2011/05/hours-and-hours-of-free-videos.html Thanks Wayne!
"Please remember many of these videos do not reflect my current skills and put out simply as it’s either a case of delete them or put them out for free. Plus as I have now officially killed of the mudboxhub on demand stream service (zero chance it will restart in the foreseeable future) anything not paced up into DVD’s goes into this free video release.
This is not just stuff for Mudbox, this applies to all digital sculptors, and yes even Zbrush users can get usage out of these videos. So if you like them, remember the best stuff is on the DVD’s you pay for. So don’t pirate them or it's a bit like giving me a very big slap in the face.
Enjoy and pass the word around as I don’t have the time to do it myself this time around as life is 'complex' right now. I will include them in a simple list form (there are hour upon hours of stuff in the list) that I'll let you all discover for yourself).
To make sure everyone that needs these videos gets them, I expect every man and woman to do their duty and ensure word gets arounnd. That is my only price, that one simple favour."
Displacement theory (or what you didn't know you needed to ask)
The old original wave 2 (the version I never released a full 2 years before the final Wave 2 featuring ‘the dentist’ surfaced)
Wayne' solid gold Tip
Hard surface Retop and UV's
Texture Color Space for Compositing
Vector Displacement tips
Wayne's Tips #1
Brush practice routine
Siggraph 2010 outtake video: idiots guide to trepanning
and this one may be useful although been out before not many saw it:
http://vimeo.com/18447651 (part 2 is up somewhere on vimeo by Skvode uni BTW)
Personal reference videos from the Victoria and Albert museum London V & A
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