Articles tagged in "Maya"

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Move over, Minions! Barababor’s madcap mariners are here

Your kids will love these conquistadors' slapstick antics — and so will you. We chat to Oscar-winning animator Laurent Witz about creating this hilarious series.

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Rendering the Game of Thrones title sequence in V-Ray Next

Learn how Elastic took their creative — and their rendering — to a new level with V-Ray Next for Maya for the final season of Game of Thrones.

Total Chaos: Day two recap

Total Chaos’s last day was a cornucopia of cool CG content covering everything from the world’s biggest buildings to the universe’s biggest bad guys.

What’s Next: breaking down “Capsule”

The atmospheric and characterful nature of “Capsule” helped John Jak Pagan win our student rendering competition. Here, he reveals how he mastered the scene.

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The secrets of Ian Spriggs’ 3D portraits

Ian Spriggs takes attention to detail to the Next level. Go behind the scenes of his recent works to see how a master tells story through composition and detail.

Keeping it simple: Rendering with V-Ray Next for Maya

V-Ray Next for Maya is considerably faster and more efficient than 3.6. Maya expert Stephen DeLalla reveals how he’s taken his workflow to the Next level.

Blowing up the house

Gnomon student Weiyo Sha blew us away with his explosive animation of an old house. Here’s how he used V-Ray and Phoenix FD as his weapons of CG destruction.

V-Ray GPU advancements in V-Ray Next for Maya

V-Ray Next for Maya is leaps and bounds ahead of 3.6 when it comes to V-Ray GPU capabilities. We’ve compiled some of the most significant improvements.

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Amazing Manes, Bedazzling Beards and Photorealistic Fur with V-Ray Next for Maya

Andrew Krivulya shares his tricks for luscious CG locks — and reveals how Chaps Cloud has boosted his workflow.

Profiling the NVIDIA RTX cards

You’ve seen the future of ray tracing and GPU rendering. Now learn how the GeForce RTX cards performed in Vlado’s benchmarking experiments, and what it means.

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Rocket science: Meet the CG supervisor behind the furry fan favorite

We talk to Method's Nate Shaw about wrangling Rocket Raccoon into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Avengers: Infinity War.

How to perfect a 3D-printed look with V-Ray shaders

Senior compositor and 3D generalist, Lars Wemmje reveals how he used 3D printing and V-Ray for Maya to bring a small figure to life.

Grant Miller — Ingenuity Studios

Look what Houdini made me do! Find out how V-Ray for Houdini powered Taylor Swift’s music video, and go behind the scenes of Get Out.

Butterfly Effects

Graduation project When John Goes Outside is a short film with a big message. We talk to the students who created it.

How to Teach V-Ray for Maya in Two Weeks

We speak to professor Cornelius Malerczyk of Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen about mathematics, V-Ray, and intensive summer camps in CGI

Miguel Ortega — The Ningyo

Want to make a short film? Listen to this interview with The Ningyo director Miguel Ortega to find out how to do it — and what not to do

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Aaron Sims Creative – Making a Monster for Stranger Things

With Stranger Things 2 fueling water cooler conversations around the world, we chat to ASC’s Steffen Reichstadt and Michael Pecchia about creating series one’s terrifying Demogorgon.

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KINGSGLAIVE: FINAL FANTASY XV ups its Game with V-Ray

Director Takeshi Nozue on the latest entry in the FF film series.

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The new master: Ian Spriggs talks photorealism and portraits

CG Labs’ Chris Nichols talks to Hollywood creature creator about his incredible imagery.

V-RAY DAYS @ SIGGRAPH 2017 ROUNDUP

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, Stranger Things and Digital Humans headline blockbuster presentation roster.

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Digital Domain — Fate of the Furious

Sub-zero chase realized with V-Ray 3.5 for Maya’s Adaptive Lights tech

Tim Miller and Joseph Kosinski

Celebratory 100th episode with legendary directors Tim Miller and Joseph Kosinski.

Michael Wilken - Saatchi & Saatchi 3D

How Saatchi & Saatchi is the driving force behind car advertisements

Bottleship VFX

Hristo Velev and Martin Naydenski talk about starting Bottleship VFX