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Intermediate Level 3D Maya Tutorials For Your Inspiration

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Autodesk Maya is a leading 3D Computer Graphics software. The software is widely used to create graphics and visual effects for many cinematic films and video games. In this article, we will explore further the various tips & techniques which you use to create more awesome 3D models.

From texture to environment mapping and rendering, to animating particles and 3D characters, the following tutorials covers these process.

Blocking In Level Designs in Maya

Modelling a 3D environment in Maya

Step 1: Drawing or a sketch

Step 2: Importing the sketch into Maya as a texture

Step 3: Applying the sketch onto a plane

Step 4: Begin modelling the basic block in environment.

Photoshop Paths to Maya Environment

Modelling paths and 3D environment in Maya

Step 1: Generate paths in Adobe Photoshop

Step 2: Saving the paths as Illustrator

Step 3: Import the paths into Maya as curves

Step 4: Begin modelling the basic block in environment.

Modeling Interior Environment Using Maya Part 1/3

Modeling Interior Environment Using Maya Part 2.1:
Project Set Up and Building Walls

Modeling Interior Environment Using Maya Part 2.2:
Modeling Windows

Modeling Interior Environment Using Maya Part 2.3:
Window Borders

Modeling Interior Environment Using Maya Part 2.4:
Top Window Border

Modeling Interior Environment Using Maya Part 2.5: Wall Columns

Modeling Interior Environment Using Maya Part 2.6: Curtain

Modeling Interior Environment Using Maya Part 2.7: Ceiling

Dynamic Rigging Tutorial 

How to make ropes perfectly in Maya

Create Bubbly Liquids with the Maya Particle To Bubble Script

How to create grass using FUR

UV Mapping & Texturing Tutorial

Maya bodybuilder CHARACTER MODELING tutorial

Creating bump maps in Maya 2016

Autodesk Maya Tutorial – nParticles – Hail/Snow – Nucleus Node

 

Hazel Lee

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Hazel Lee is a digital designer and startup founder from Malaysia. Springing from her love for wanting to inspire and promote creatives, it has eventually led her to create this design blog. You can also check out her LinkedIn page at https://bit.ly/2To3CS7 . Yes that’s her on the right. Monkey-ing around on her day off!

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