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Introduction to blastcode for maya

by / Thursday, 15 September 2011 / Published in Blastcode, Maya
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Here you are! introduction to blastcode. in this tutorial we are going to cover some basics of blastcode for maya. Actually this is the first session of this intro. in later lessons you will see  more complicated examples and also get more in-depth knowledge .

after finishing this tutorial you can easily integrate blastcode into your own scenes. for more help you can check out the manual and tutorials on www.blastcode.com . in the extra part I show you some tips to record your blast simulation and play it back from disk, so if you are interested check that out also.

note : if you have problem opening scenes, make sure that images are located correctly.

Level : basic

If you have any question about the tutorial please email me, i’ll answer as soon as possible. and also feel free to comment at the bottom of the page. Any request or idea for a new tutorial can be submitted here .

Note that none related comments will be deleted. Here is not the place to advertise !

Download    :        Project files        And        Extra files

 

 

*  Use google chrome for a better playback 

**  You may need  to Right click & select “save as”                              

 

 

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8 Responses to “Introduction to blastcode for maya”

  1. kequevor says : Reply

    Just what I’ve been looking for, a maya blastcode tutorial. Thanks for putting up this post!

  2. sajad jahangiri says : Reply

    hi.very nice…thank you very much…im com from iran…

  3. jacky says : Reply

    非常感谢你的教程.希望能多出一些.供大家学习.

  4. Sang Coker says : Reply

    top notch post, i certainly love this website, keep on it

  5. Appreciated the share!
    Nancy

  6. I couldn’t resist commenting

  7. Wonderful submit. I’m struggling with a few these difficulties.

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