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Maya Beginner: 3D Model and Texture a Still Life

Learn the essential skills needed to understand how to use Maya to create realistic 3D models, texture, and lighting as we create a still life.
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In this course, we will be going through the process of creating a realistic still life from the modeling/texture phase and to the final render. I will be guiding you through the process of modeling the low poly assets and show you different techniques of UV mapping. We will then take our assets into Photoshop where I will then demonstrate the process of painting the textures for all models so you can reproduce this process for your own models. Finally, we are going to set up a scene in Maya for the final render. By the end of this course, you should be able to create and understand the workflow that I use to create realistic scenes like this one.

​Learn the Fundamentals of Autodesk Maya and Adobe Photoshop

  • Model complicated organic models

  • UV map all 3d assets

  • Create complex and realistic textures

  • Light and render a high rez 3D scene

  • Lean tools such as extrude, soft select, light blockers, and more!


​Why Autodesk Maya and Adobe Photoshop?

Autodesk Maya and Adobe Photoshop are industry-standard software used by animations, games, and visual effects companies. By learning Maya and Photoshop, you'll have the knowledge to be able to create anything in 3D. All the theories that you will learn, can also apply to numerous other 3D software packages.


What Does This eCourse Offer?

This eCourse consists of  Autodesk Maya and Adobe Photoshop lessons where you will learn to use Maya's and Photoshop's User Interface, manipulate 3D objects, create beautiful textures, produce stunning renders, and so much more.

  • Over 4 hours of content

  • All Maya progress files

  • All Photoshop texture files


​Not only will you understand the essential tools to create 3D models in Maya, but you will also have access to complimentary Maya files for you to reference!


​So, if you are interested in learning more about how major animations and games are made, then have a seat and join me for this course.

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