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Free! 6-hour Houdini video course
This issue, we’ve joined forces with Pluralsight (formerly known as Digital-Tutors) to offer you a comprehensive six-hour video training course.
This course is designed to teach you the workflow to create completely procedural setups that are both robust and controllable.
You will learn how to create sophisticated setups that are required to achieve a completely procedural sticky slime system.
First, you will learn to utilise Wrangle nodes extensively with VEX scripting to create a dynamic Sticky Constraint Solver that will be the driving force behind the whole system. In addition to the Sticky Constraint Solver, you will learn how Wrangle nodes can be used inside a DOP Network to control a Position-Based Dynamics Solver, otherwise known as the Grain Solver.
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Showcase: various artists
Get more from this issue’s artist Showcase by downloading concepts, work-in-progress art and more to see how the amazing artwork was created.
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Feature: Real-time cinematics
Discover how Epic Games and Ninja Theory are changing the way film and game CG is made, with the advancement in real-time cinematography. Download Ninja Theory’s making of videos to see there process in action.
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Feature: Making of Interceptor
Mikalai Dzemiantsevich explains how he created the mech for his own video game project. Download his step-by-step images to get closer to his concept process.
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Tutorial: Render a windy beach house scene
Aqil Ashirov demonstrates his process for mastering authentic looking environments, download his step-by-step art to follow his render settings.
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Tutorial: Polish your workflow with Arnold for Maya
Zeno Pelgrims discusses the techniques he likes to use when creating cartoon scenes using Arnold for Maya. Follow his tutorial with the hi-res step-by-step art as well as his video guide to creating procedural dirt.
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Tutorial: Get more from Maya’s modelling tools
Antony Ward puts Maya’s updated modelling tools to the test as he builds a detailed steampunk-inspired portrait. Download his video walkthrough, scene files and step-by-step images to follow his workflow.
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Tutorial: Use particles to create a splash
Vikrant J Dalal shares his tips and tricks to make this liquid splash using Realflow and 3ds Max. Download his hi-res step-by-step art as well as his video walkthrough.
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Tutorial: Finesse your modelling process
Algerian freelance artist Mahmoud Amghar urges you to try different techniques to enhance your modelling process, and he reveals the tricks to mixing ZBrush and 3ds Max.
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Tutorial: Get started in Lumberyard: Part 2 Terrain setup
Part two of Cirstyn Bech-Yagher’s game creation series explains how to block out and generate terrain for a video game level using Amazon’s new Lumberyard game engine.
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Artist Q&A: Various artists
This issue our artists tackle creating fuzzy materials in Maya, leather in V-Ray and modelling cartoon faces in ZBrush. Download the process images to follow along to there workflows.
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