3D Modeling and Texturing Interior Office in Autodesk Maya

A step by step guide to Modeling and Texturing an Office Interior in Autodesk Maya
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Model in-organic 3D objects such as Table, chair etc.,
Texture in-organic 3D objects such as Table, chair etc.,
Create simple lighting and render a interior office scene.

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge in Maya software is needed for which you can watch my FREE course "Introduction to Autodesk Maya 2016"
  • Download a Student version of Maya 2016 (Free) from Autodesk(dot)com

Description

Course Description

This is a basic to intermediate level course on Autodesk Maya for creating an office interior. As part of the Office Interior, we will create two types of chairs, two types of tables, a curtain, and some other items. We will create the model, texture all the models and finally create a render with simple lighting setup.

Build up your modeling and texturing skills in Maya the world’s best 3D Animation software with this Course.

  • Learn polygon modeling of various types of furniture

  • Learn texturing in Maya for different kinds of surfaces.

  • Learn Simple lighting techniques to render a fully lit interior

Learning Outcomes

  1. Create various kinds of Inorganic polygon models in Autodesk Maya 

  2. Model the interior of an office building

  3. Understand the process of texturing and apply file textures all the modeled objects

  4. Render a final image of the interior created

Content and Overview 

3D Modeling and Texturing Interior Office in Autodesk Maya has five sections.

Section 1:Start Here

  • Lecture 1:Introduction

  • Lecture 2:Workfiles

Section 2:Modeling

  • Lecture 3:Modeling Round Table

  • Lecture 4:Modeling Revolving Chair Part 01

  • Lecture 5:Modeling Revolving Chair Part 02

  • Lecture 6:Duplicating the Revolving Chair

  • Lecture 7:Wall Curten

  • Lecture 8:Small Chair

Section 3:Texturing

  • Lecture 9:Texturing the Table

  • Lecture 10:Texturing the Rolling Chair

  • Lecture 11:Texturing the Small Chair

  • Lecture 12:Texturing the rest of the models

Section 4:Lighting and Rendering

  • Lecture 13:Lighting and Rendering

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn inorganic polygonal modeling should take this course
  • Anyone who wants to be able to model, texture and render interior should take this course
  • Suitable for beginners and intermediate users of Maya

Course content

4 sections13 lectures2h 23m total length
  • Introduction
    00:34
  • Workfiles
    02:39

Instructor

Animator
Andrew Rees
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  • 19,783 Students
  • 2 Courses

My name is Andrew Rees

My passion is in creative arts including but not limited to drawing, sculpting and animating. I have received “The General Secretariat Award for Design and Development of e-Courses – 2015” A GCC level Award organized by University of Bahrain.

I have over 10 years of total work experience which includes both teaching and animation film production. My experience in production enabled me to make the students industry ready so that they won’t need additional training when they enter a job in Animation studio.

I have trained students from 4 different countries namely India, Mongolia, Jordan and Oman. So, I can understand the expectation of the students coming from various cultural background.

I am also actively creating video tutorials in my YouTube channel “AnyoneCanAnimate” in an attempt to make animation education to be free for everyone.