Learning Autodesk Maya 2008: The Special Effects Handbook
Table of Contents
Lesson 01. Materials.
Lesson 02. Textures.
Lesson 03. Lighting.
Lesson 04. Shadows.
Lesson 05. Cameras.
Lesson 06. Rayt5racing.
Lesson 07. Controlling Renders.
Lesson 08. Special Effects and Compositing.
Lesson 09. Hardware Rendering.
Lesson 10. Vector rendering.
Lesson 11. Maya Paint Effects.
Lesson 12. Caustics and Global Illumination.
Lesson 13. Final Gathering and HDRI.
Lesson 14. mental ray Shaders.
Lesson 15. Maya Dynamics.
Lesson 16. Rigid Body Dynamics.
Lesson 17. Rigid Body Constraints.
Lesson 18. Rigid Body Optimization.
Lesson 19. Introduction to Particles.
Lesson 20. Rigid Bodies and Particles.
Lesson 21. Particle Collisions.
Lesson 22. Particle Expressions.
Lesson 23. The emit Function.
Lesson 24. Advanced Particle Expressions.
Lesson 25. Goals.
Lesson 26. Particle Instancing.
Lesson 27. Rendering Particles.
Lesson 28. Compositing.
Lesson 29. Maya Fluids.
Lesson 30. Maya Fur.
Lesson 31. Maya Hair.
Lesson 32. Maya nCloth.
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