Posted by Mark Schoennagel, 6 December 2010 4:00 pm
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving holiday for those living in the States. I took some time off to visit some friends and family in Florida which was fun except I lost my new shoes in a rental car and moved yet another belt loop in the wrong direction! Why does stuffing do just that?? Anyway, while I was there though I had 8 cores of Dell / Intel goodness cranking away back home in my garage on a cool Lagoa simulation. I also was lucky enough and got on the beta for the new Arnold renderer that Solid Angle is working on. Woooo Weeee its nice!! I'm heading out the door tonight to New York for a few days but wanted to share some quick results. For those that cant make it, I'm going to post sometime next week a tutorial video on how to make from scratch the stuff in these two videos.
I'm going to be showing how I did a lot of this work including a look at Arnold this week in New York at reseller sponsored user group. Sooooo ,if you're interested in how all this Lagoa stuff works, including getting it in and out of Maya stop by Oceana Digital on Thursday evening, December 9th! Lee Frasier will also be there showing Maya. Bring some eggs. :)
You can find all the details here on the NY XSI User Group website.
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