August 26, 2014 AT 1:00 pm
Maya XGen colored cubes and spheres rendered with Arnold #ArtTuesday
Some more tests with XGen archives and spheres. This time with a bit more color. A color texture map is connected to the length and color attributes of the XGen description. A beveled cube or sphere is used as the primitve archive which XGen then instances using the texture map as a reference. A tutorial that goes through the process can be found
here. All of the images are rendered with Arnold for Maya.
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