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So I finally forced out enough time to record the second half of my Autodesk University Session called Animating Creation. In this video I'll take you through growing the Golden Gate Bridge Organically.
We are building a large entertainment track this year at Autodesk University. Submit a session proposal and take a shot at the fame and adoration you know you deserve.
Here is the first in a two part series of video tutorials looking at how you can use 3ds Max to create animations the build up scenes and objects.
A couple of months ago I stopped in to visit Digital Kitchen in Chicago to see how they have built their business in Commercial and Motion Graphics using 3ds Max. Here is a short video we cut together from my visit that highlights why and how they have been using Max.
My latest video blog post is a tutorial covering one way to rig the famous luxo Jr teapot from Pixar.
I just ran across a guy who has created some great new plugins for 3ds max rigging. You have to check these out if you do any kind of animated rigs.
My team just completed the newest Autodesk design visualization show reel. Check out some of the fantastic work being done using Autodesk Media and Entertainment products.
Over the last year I have been hearing, and talking to customers, about using technology to return direct control of the creative process to the directors. It's fascinating to see how its being done and consider what effects it might have in years to come.