Autodesk 3ds Max
Posted by Ken LaRue, 8 March 2010 12:00 am
It is an exciting day at Autodesk; we have announced the 2011 releases of many of our software products. See link to read more http://area.autodesk.com/products
I’m posting this here because Composite (built on the technology that was Toxik) is now also part of 3ds max. So all Maya and 3ds max 2011 users will have Composite, also new in this release of Composite is a very powerful Vector Paint tool and improved FBX import capabilities. The new vector paint was designed using Combustion’s paint tool as a reference and while they are not exactly the same there have been some great improvements to the vector paint roto capabilities such as the ability to not only adjust the X and Y position of a clone or reveal source but you can also scale, rotate and shear the clone and reveal source images. I will be posting some new videos on my blog at The Area later showing these new features and tools in Composite.
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