I recently completed a plugin for Maya that integrates online image search functionality. My idea behind it was to eliminate the break in workflow that arises when artists need to fire up a browser to search for reference images, save them, and then load them into Maya. This tool handles all of that that right from inside Maya.
The idea behind a histogram is fairly simple: A graph of how many pixels of each value you have in your image. That being said, histogram manipulation is actually a very powerful tool in image analysis and manipulation (brightness, contrast, matching the luminance of two images, gamma correction etc).
I needed to model a working involute gear to be used in a close up shot for a project I am working on. It proved it be a little more time consuming than I first envisioned. Anyways I managed to complete it and have uploaded some screenshots showing the topology flow and a video of […]
Created with Toonboom Harmony while being trained at Clock Work Zoo using a paperless workflow.