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PRgraphist
Tutorials For Maya
on Nov 12, 2006 at 6:09:51 pm

I'm a very very newby in maya, a interested to buy maya tutorials book or dvd. But are many out there and a dont know what choose, any suggestion..


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mYthprod
Re: Tutorials For Maya
on Nov 15, 2006 at 4:36:18 pm

Alias book bundle - Start on foundations and work your way through the modeling and animation and then finally the special effects handbook. Here's a link to a detailed article I wrote on the bundle below:

http://www.creativecow.net/articles/hutton_john/maya_7_book_rev/index.html



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PRgraphist
Re: Tutorials For Maya
on Nov 15, 2006 at 8:39:59 pm

Tis books looks great but its for maya 7, do you know something similar for maya 8 unlimited?, or this books work with both versions? what do you think?


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mYthprod
Re: Tutorials For Maya
on Nov 16, 2006 at 1:45:08 am

Maya 6 will still be pretty relevant for Maya 8. The 7 books should do you just fine.



- MythProd
(John David Hutton)

Build Your Own Velocity. See how:
http://www.customflix.com/Store/ShowTtl.jsp?id=205835

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VelocityX, Version 1.0.01
Kansas City, Kansas - United States
_______________________________________


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TomKarl
Re: Tutorials For Maya
on Nov 16, 2006 at 6:28:51 pm

These books over all work well for Learning Maya 8, look through the Maya 8 What's New section to check for differences which are usually add ons to current functionality.

ONE EXCEPTION in FX Handbook: Maybe MythProd can address this.
It seems like Project 1, Lesson 2 is not accurate on how alpha is handeled in a file texture placed on a surface like a 'lable' using a projection node.

Please see the thread started 10/31
Thanks


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