Course info
Nov 20, 2014
2h 32m

Throughout this Maya tutorial, we'll learn the process of how to create a paper folding animation. Utilizing Maya's Geometry cache we'll run a dynamic deformer, nCloth simulations and vertex animation to get the look we want. We'll go through how to manipulate, duplicate and edit our Geometry cache files. We'll also talk about how we can control our render times and plan ahead for working on a render farm. Once you've completed this Maya training, you'll not only know how to achieve this result but you'll also understand how you can optimize it to meet any deadline. Software required: Maya 2015, After Effects.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
[Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name is Chris Sosa. I'm an artist, Animator and Fox TV work create national broadcast graphics for news and promotional work, and this course we're going to create a dynamic looking paper folding effect. Some of the key takeaways for watching this force, both learning how to create and modifying multiple geometry cache files. Vortex based animation. Adding dynamics to enhance your current animation and rendering and lighting for your final look. By the end of this training to learn how to create an awesome looking paper folding, I'm excited to work with digital tutors and share the sickness, so let's get started with the first lesson.