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While the 3rd of December has technically come and gone it's not too late to catch up on some of the 3December action.
To transform or not to transform? That is the question. But what is the answer? Who asked the question? What am I even talking about?
CAVE is an exciting new conference hosted by Autodesk that brings together a spectrum of artists, designers, and storytellers to explore and celebrate the fundamental spirit that traverses these creative domains and disciplines. December 2nd will deliver a full day of keynote speeches, seminars and networking sessions from world renown artists & designers sharing their methods and sources of creativity.
Maya Bonus Tools resource page: Here you will find a collection of tutorials and demos specifically related to Bonus Tools. Once installed the Bonus Tools help menu will link back to this page. Bookmark it and check back later for additional updates.
Come join us at the Austin - Captivate Conference next week (Oct 7-8) where we will be presenting a main stage session as well as demoing Maya, 3Ds Max, and other products in the exhibitor hall.
ShaderFX is a game shader authoring system in Maya LT providing a simple node based UI for building complex shader effects and ultimately exporting to a number of hardware shader formats including HLSL, CgFX and GLSL.
Maya 2014 Modeling Improvements: In part 3 we will cover edge and surface sliding, locking vertices, Select Similar, the Crease Set Editor as well as a few handy new modeling BonusTools.
With the release of Maya 2014 it is now much easier to interactively build a skeleton to match the size and proportion of your character, as well interactively build a symmetrical skeleton.
The Randomize Transforms BonusTool can be used to randomly offset the move, rotate and scale of selected objects, components or general channels/attributes.
The Maya Open Data initiative is about providing tools, functionality and workflows that facilitate the management of complex scenes, parallel pipelines and custom data. As part of this initiative, Scene Assembly was initially implemented in Maya 2013 Extension Release, and expanded in Maya 2014 to support character workflows.