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Modelling a Luger P08 using Subdivision Surfaces in Maya: Part 1

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Hard surface subdivision modeling can be a difficult concept to understand, however as it has become such a big part of today's production environment, learning it has become much more of a necessity. Using the basic polygonal toolset, this 2-day, narrated timelapse tutorial covers the process of modeling a Luger P08, and is a great introduction to a standard SDS workflow in Maya.


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