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Photorealistic Shading and Rendering in Maya and modo

Course Summary

This tutorial discusses the production of two shots of a CGI photorealistic firefly that can be a part of a movie or a commercial. Software required: Maya 2012, modo 501, Fusion 6.2, TopoGun 1.06, ZBrush 4.


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    Course Syllabus

    Introduction and Project Overview
    - 1m 21s

    —Introduction and Project Overview 1m 21s
    Photorealistic Shading and Rendering in Maya and MODO
    - 2h 57m

    —Overview of the Tools 6m 27s
    —The Importance of Concept and Reference 5m 9s
    —Evaluating the Environment for the First Shot 8m 12s
    —Modeling of the Elements for the Second Shot 7m 47s
    —Detailing the Bug 5m 48s
    —Shading and Texturing the Environment for the First Shot 18m 57s
    —Shading and Texturing the Environment for the Second Shot 10m 19s
    —Beginning the Shading and Texturing of the Bug 10m 1s
    —Continuing the Shading and Texturing of the Bug 10m 4s
    —Finishing the Shading and Texturing of the Bug 6m 15s
    —Starting to Look at the Rig for the Bug 11m 14s
    —Looking at the Expressions That Drive Connections 9m 4s
    —Using Expressions to Procedurally Animate the Bug 15m 6s
    —Exporting the Animation 8m 33s
    —Rendering out the Passes 9m 7s
    —Beginning the Compositing of the First Shot 12m 51s
    —Finishing the Compositing of the First Shot 13m 52s
    —Compositing the Second Shot 8m 10s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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