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08/10/2009

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Hey, just wanted to let you know that the Contours plug-in for Maya has a shader to do exactly what you’re looking for. It's a mental ray shader and a Maya plug-in that creates a high-quality version of the smooth mesh preview you see in the viewport. Have a look at http://www.ticket01.com/products/contours/index.html for more info. You can also watch a video the easy process of hooking the shader up here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tw6vU4DUf8.

Hi,

This would be a great tutorial if there was a little bit more detail added to it. For example what version of maya is this tut aimed at and the rendering engine (in your case Vector) could be worded a little bit better into the tut so that people know what render settings to use.

Maybe you could ellaborate on the tut with a bit more detail for others to use this as it would be a great tool for those wanting to use it.

Cheers

what maya vector settings do you place?? just renders everything in triangles by default.

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