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In this tutorial Brian shows how to set robtarget orientations using surface frames.
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By: Brian Ringley
In this lesson, Brian shows how to extract isocurves from a surface by count and then based upon a target stepover value.
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By: Brian Ringley
In this tutorial Brian adds some complexity to the surface to be used for toolpathing by deforming its edges along a sine curve.
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By: Brian Ringley
In this tutorial Brian creates a surface to be used for robotic toolpathing.
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By: Brian Ringley
Maya Animation 10 Course Image
In this tutorial we complete the anemone lampshade by thickening the poly model and exporting the smooth proxy as a VRML.
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By: Brian Ringley
Maya Animation 09 Course Image
In this tutorial we clean up the polygonal model to make it watertight prior to thickening for 3D printing.
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By: Brian Ringley
Maya Animation 08 Course Image
We build upon the previous tutorial by animating the motion path itself and setting our previously established motion path animations to
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By: Brian Ringley
Maya Animation 07 Course Image
In this tutorial we attach our poly model along with its deformers to a motion path in order to animate the base of the lampshade.
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By: Brian Ringley
Maya Animation 06 Course Image
In this tutorial we begin work on the Anemone Lampshade by setting the initial poly modeling and deformer constraints for the tentacle co
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By: Brian Ringley

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