Digital-Tutors Releases New Introduction to Maya 2014, Introduction to MARI 2.0 and More

May 28, 2013 1:50 am

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Oklahoma City, OK - Digital-Tutors, providers of the world's largest CG, VFX and digital art training resource, today released eight new tutorials and 23 so far for the month of May. Today's release is highlighted by the brand new Introduction to Maya 2014 filled with over 10 hours of training on the Maya interface, modeling, texturing, rigging, animation, dynamics, lighting, rendering and more. Each section of the course features training from tutors with expertise in that specific step of the pipeline - providing valuable insights and knowledge from industry professionals.

More highly-anticipated releases this month includes the new Introduction to MARI 2.0 where the new layer-based workflow and other new tools and features are thoroughly covered, a new course on working with CINEMA 4D's powerful node-based Expression System, XPresso, and a new Introduction to the powerful game development engine Unity 4. Look for more Maya 2014 courses in the coming months, including training on new tools and features. The new Introduction to 3ds Max 2014, Introduction to Mudbox 2014 and more courses on the latest releases are on the way too.

What's New May 2013:

Introduction to Maya 2014

Joint-Based Facial Rigging in Maya

Understanding the Basics of XPresso in CINEMA 4D

Animating Cellular Behavior in CINEMA 4D

Introduction to Unity 4

Introduction to Mecanim in Unity

Retopologizing a High-Resolution Sculpt for Games in 3D-Coat

Creating a Goblin Concept in Photoshop

Introduction to MARI 2.0

Exploring Different Smoke Types in 3ds Max and FumeFX

Animating with Props in MotionBuilder

Bringing Photographs to Life with 3D Layering in After Effects

Animating an Infographic in After Effects

Creating a Sci-Fi Robot Warrior in ZBrush

Designing a Scary Female Monster in ZBrush

Creating Medieval Character Concepts in ZBrush and Maya

Retouching Photos and Adding Visual Effects in Photoshop

Camera Raw Digital Darkroom Techniques in Photoshop

Blurring the Line Between 2D and 3D in Photoshop

Introduction to Character Rigging in Toon Boom Harmony

Quickly Rendering Architectural Visualization in Maya and Maxwell Render

Creating Stationery Packages for Clients in Illustrator

Creation and Integration of a Display Font in Illustrator

Learn more about the latest releases on the May training page.

Subscriptions and Availability May's new tutorials and every tutorial in the world's largest CG, VFX and digital art training resource are available with a subscription to Digital-Tutors. Free lessons are available at the beginning of tutorials and more features can be unlocked with a free demo account to Digital-Tutors

About Digital-Tutors
Digital-Tutors teaches the people who make movies and games by providing the world's largest online CG, VFX and digital art tutorial and training resource. With thousands of project-based videos for more than 60 leading media and entertainment software applications, Digital-Tutors award-winning training focuses on making difficult concepts easy to understand and complex topics fun to learn.

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