Computer Arts

I have just completed a noob tutorial for Computer Arts Projects which will feature in Magazine 117 about how to do simple rigging and deformation animation in Maya.  It’s been some time since I did any rigging, and was a good exercise for me as well as being a good introduction for Designers on how Maya can be used in their output.

Also, check out the magazine anyway.  It’s amazingly great quality and gives a wonderful insight into how people are using print and design media in the modern day.

Check out the magazine now here and, if you can, when my tutorial goes to press in 2 month’s time.

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Maya Tutorials updated.

Morning from wet and windy Manchester in the UK.

I managed to get some time together to put up two new tutorials on the website:

Q&A107 from 3DWorld – Is it possible to do Toon lines on Instances?

Q&A108 from 3DWorld – Is there a way to transfer a lattice between objects?

you can get them by this direct link to the tutorials page here.

You can also see my new reel here too.

If by any chance you want a question answering about Maya, please let me know and if it fits in with the magazine it might even make it into print as a full blown tutorial.

See you around.

Showreel 2008

Well, it’s finally finished, and I should have it up on the website sometime in the next couple of weeks, but my new reel – albeit a product of a lot of old and some new work – will be up and visible at some time in the not too distant future on my website.

Due to one or two things on their not actually being out in the public domain yet, I will have to keep it back for a while, but I am pretty happy with the results so far.

I might tweak it though, I’m a bit of a beggar for that sort of thing!

Anyway, when it does go up, I hope you like it

GN.