Learning Maya after knowing 3ds Max : Modeling
What you'll learn
- Overview of fundamental UI differences
- Location of most used tools and techniques for modeling
- Explaining high poly modeling workflow
- Creating and editing UV's
- Baking out maps from inside of Maya
- Have a working knowledge of how to model, unwrap and bake textures inside of 3ds max
*This course has been updated to the latest version of Maya 2017
It can be hard feeling completely lost when you already know the fundamentals and the software is the only thing getting in your way. You may be pulling your hair out, because your speed and process have been thrown out the door. You may be knowing what you want to create but getting nowhere trying to accomplish it.
Most tutorials for learning Maya are fundamentals videos that are long and drawn out, covering topics that you already understand. You're just looking for the information on how to transfer the skills you already have from working in 3ds max. You may be spending large amounts of time scanning through tons of beginner videos only to find the videos overlook the advanced techniques you use. Sometimes the techniques you use aren't even available in Maya. This becomes irritating and wastes your time.
This video series is designed to get you up to speed inside of Maya and have you wondering why it ever seemed so hard to transfer between software in the first place. All of the main tools and techniques that are used in everyday video game art development (modeling, unwrapping, and baking) will be explained and cross referenced to what you would use inside of 3ds max. So if you're in need of getting up to speed inside of Maya for a new job position or are a student looking to improve your resume to become more attractive to employers this video series is perfect for you.
Who this course is for:
- Intended for Intermediate to Advanced users of 3ds max that want to transfer their skill set into Maya
My name is Bradley Wascher, I am a senior technical artist working in the video game industry. I have several years of on-the-job experience creating 3D art for video games.
I've had the great pleasure in my many jobs to have learned a lot and met a lot of great people that had their own techniques and insight. I wanted to give back to the world of 3D by releasing classes and tutorials that would help others either get a grasp of how video games are actually built or help artists that are already working to advance their skills.
If you ever have any questions just let me know. -BW