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Old 14th Dec 2007, 06:56 AM   #1
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Creating trussing and framework with ease:
Kickn' it New School!
13.8mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Creating a rope and pulley animation:
Kickn' it Old School!
15.4mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view


Creating a “Slinky-Style” spring animation:
This one has all kinds of goodies inside.
54.7mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Modeling a Tennis Ball:
19.1mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Creating Texture Displacement and more in the Node Editor:
16.3mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Multiple Bumps on one Surface in the Node Editor:
21.8mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Introduction to the interactive Paste Tool:
3.8mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Using Multiple Weight Maps on 1 Surface:
18.3mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view


Creating seams in a football model
Multiple tools and techniques covered.:
18.2mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Creating Multiple Pivot Points for one Object:
11.7mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view


Introduction to the Create Skin tool:
16.6mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Node Editor: Creating Stitches with Procedural Textures:
14.9mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

2 Methods for creating a PaperClip:
20.1mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Using Cloth FX to Tear/Rip Material:
30.6mb Quicktime video
Click Here to view

Modeling a Texas star:
Click Here to view

Creating Foot prints in the ground using Cloth FX:
Click Here to view

Introduction to Cyclist:
Click Here to view

Techniques for animating a spiral motion:
Click Here to view

Animating a train or roller coaster on a curved track:
Click Here to view

1 Weight Map, 1 Surface = Multi-Surfaces :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Introduction to Texture Guide :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Introduction to Color Vertex Maps :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Using Effector to displace a tube :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

How to setup a cartoon oval eye for animation :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

How to setup the spinning light trick and an introduction to Luxigons :
Click Here to view

The spinning Light Trick was first developed by Dave Jerrard if I remember correctly. That guy has created more cool techniques then anyone I know!

Enjoy the video!

Introduction to texturing with image maps:
Click Here to view

Buttons on a Shirt that uses Cloth FX:
Click Here to view

Setting up an animation of multiple pins driven by a displacement map:
Click Here to view

Now go off and do something like this!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0u0AG_floQ


Setting up an animation rig for window blinds:
Click Here to view

Creating a curved metal weaved mesh:
Click Here to view

Animating carpet rolling and unrolling:
Click Here to view

Animating a bouncing ball using a particle emitter:
Click Here to view


Introduction to Compositing inside of LightWave:
Click Here to view


Creating a bottle rocket type animation with particle emitters:
Click Here to view


Winding a flag around a pole using Soft FX and then the same thing with Cloth FX:
Click Here to view


Creating rain splashing on the ground using particle emitters:
Click Here to view


Booleans vs Speed Booleans:
Click Here to view

Setting up a Distance to Object Gradient in the Node Editor:
Click Here to view

Relativity : Dr. Wheel Rotator:
Click Here to view

Using Endomorphs in the Modeling process:
Click Here to view

Creating spiderman type suit webbing:
Click Here to view

Using a Clip map with Shadow Maps:
Click Here to view

Animating a Page turning:
Click Here to view

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Old 14th Dec 2007, 07:24 AM   #2
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William "Proton" Vaughn;

First of all, allow me to welcome you to Foundation3D. It's really great to see you here.

I have used many of your video tutorials to learn new tricks and techniques in Lightwave. You have a very good narrative style and are an excellent teacher.

Thank you for posting these links here. I have watched the first one, about making trusses with render edges, and I laughed at the simplicity of it! Later today, when I have some free time, I'm going to play around with that.

Again, thank so so much for sharing.
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Welcome to F3D, William! The videos are all amazing!
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Thank you, Mr. Vaughn!
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Old 14th Dec 2007, 09:56 AM   #5
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Yes, one more time thanks, these videos show how some really complicated stuff (in ANY SW) can be made with simple tricks/way what most of users wouldn't think of .
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Very cool! Thanks for taking the time. Great stuff!
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WOW! These are wonderful tutorials. Just finished modeling the mesh for a microphone following your tutorial. (I was wondering how it could be done!) Thanks! The only question is... Which one to do next!
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For an "undead" guy you've been busy.

Many, many thanks for the videos - they really help.

One question - was the Nine Inch Nails video done in Ligtwave?

If so then NewTek should publicize LW's use.

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Wow, I've been scanning through these and have learnt loads already.

Thanks William.
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Note about: Creating trussing and framework with ease.

I have Lightwave v8.5 and discovered that if I give Render Edges a negative number, the points becomes holes in the render. Using a positive number gets the correct result.
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Old 15th Dec 2007, 07:32 AM   #12
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Awesome videos!!! Very helpful!!! Great for refferencing or learning. very useful to the community!! Thank you!
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Welcome to F3D William! Thanks for all the great tutorials, they are an invaluable resource!
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Phew, I was always wondering how to make paper clips!

j/k A good collection!
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Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! These tutorials are SO useful! They are concise and informative. Thank you so much for sharing these. You are helping a heck of a lot of Lightwavers! (Personally, I've been searching for a good way to do piping trusses for a while.)

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Default Truss Test

Hi was playing with this technique, but I get these open spaces at the junctions of the trusses (at the vertices). What am I doing wrong?

Using LW 9.3. Changing the Render Edges settings (as noted in Rigel's comment above) did not affect results.

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Oh, and just an fyi, Fprime doesn't render this technique. You need to use LW's native renderer.
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Welcome, pull up a chair and enjoy.
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Many thanks William.... nice collection too.


And indeed welcome to Foundation 3D
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Old 16th Dec 2007, 01:00 PM   #20
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LightWave Training Videos - By Category


Please note: Subject to change, as I'm still working my way through watching all the videos.


Modeling


Tools

Introduction to the interactive Paste Tool:
Click Here to view

Booleans vs Speed Booleans:
Click Here to view

Introduction to the Create Skin tool:
Click Here to view


General Modeling

Modeling a Tennis Ball:
Click Here to view

Creating seams in a football model
Multiple tools and techniques covered.:
Click Here to view


Hard Surface Modeling

2 Methods for creating a PaperClip:
Click Here to view

Creating a model with threads using subpatches and all quads:
Click Here to view

Be sure to check out JeffrySG's killer technique here as well:
http://www.newtek.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77441

Creating a curved metal weaved mesh:
Click Here to view

Modeling a Texas star:
Click Here to view



Organic Modeling

Using Endomorphs in the Modeling process:
Click Here to view





Surfacing/Texturing

Mapping

1 Weight Map, 1 Surface = Multi-Surfaces :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Introduction to Texture Guide :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Introduction to Color Vertex Maps :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Introduction to texturing with image maps:
Click Here to view

Using a Clip map with Shadow Maps:
Click Here to view


Surface Editor


Node Editor

Creating Texture Displacement and more in the Node Editor:
Click Here to view

Multiple Bumps on one Surface in the Node Editor:
Click Here to view

Using Multiple Weight Maps on 1 Surface:
Click Here to view

Setting up a Distance to Object Gradient in the Node Editor:
Click Here to view

Node Editor: Creating Stitches with Procedural Textures:
Click Here to view

Creating spiderman type suit webbing:
Click Here to view

Creating a Radar Motion Trail:
Click Here to view

Animation


General Animation

Introduction to Serpent:
Click Here to view
>Covers Lazy Points, Inertia, Serpent, Cloth FX, HardLink< MetaLink and more!

Creating a rope and pulley animation:
Kickn' it Old School!
Click Here to view

Creating a “Slinky-Style” spring animation:
This one has all kinds of goodies inside.
Click Here to view

Introduction to Cyclist:
Click Here to view

Techniques for animating a spiral motion:
Click Here to view

Creating Multiple Pivot Points for one Object:
Click Here to view

Setting up an animation rig for window blinds:
Click Here to view

Animating carpet rolling and unrolling:
Click Here to view

Animating a Page turning:
Click Here to view

Setting up an animation of multiple pins driven by a displacement map:
Click Here to view

Now go off and do something like this!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0u0AG_floQ

Using Effector to displace a tube :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Animating a shaded object converting to a wireframe object:
Click Here to view

Rigging and animating an accordion style hinge.:
Click Here to view

Vehicle Animation

Animating Tank Treads:
Click Here to view
****Note**** The treads animate smoothly, but the framerate of the capture software shows otherwise. Give the setup a try and you will see how well it truly works.

Animating a train or roller coaster on a curved track:
Click Here to view

Relativity : Dr. Wheel Rotator:
Click Here to view

Animating an Escalator:
Click Here to view

Character Animation

How to setup a cartoon oval eye for animation :
Right-Click Here and Save to view


Particles

Animating a bouncing ball using a particle emitter:
Click Here to view

Creating rain splashing on the ground using particle emitters:
Click Here to view

Creating a bottle rocket type animation with particle emitters:
Click Here to view


Dynamics

Using Cloth FX to Tear/Rip Material:
Click Here to view

Creating Foot prints in the ground using Cloth FX:
Click Here to view

Winding a flag around a pole using Soft FX and then the same thing with Cloth FX:
Click Here to view

Buttons on a Shirt that uses Cloth FX:
Click Here to view


Lighting

How to set up the spinning light trick and an introduction to Luxigons :
Click Here to view

The spinning Light Trick was first developed by Dave Jerrard if I remember correctly. That guy has created more cool techniques then anyone I know!

Enjoy the video!



Rendering and Compositing

Introduction to Compositing inside of LightWave:
Click Here to view


Creating trussing and framework with ease:
Kickn' it New School!
Click Here to view
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Old 16th Dec 2007, 01:25 PM   #21
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way to nice!!!! Love the animation vids!!!
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Thanks very much for passing these on to us William... Great resource and very nice of you
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Old 18th Dec 2007, 09:04 PM   #23
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LightWave Training Videos - By Category


Please note: Subject to change, as I'm still working my way through watching all the videos.


Modeling


Tools

Introduction to Translate Plus:
Click Here to view

Introduction to the interactive Paste Tool:
Click Here to view

Introduction to Move Plus:
Click Here to view

Booleans vs Speed Booleans:
Click Here to view

Introduction to the Create Skin tool:
Click Here to view


General Modeling

Modeling a Tennis Ball:
Click Here to view

Creating seams in a football model
Multiple tools and techniques covered.:
Click Here to view


Hard Surface Modeling

2 Methods for creating a PaperClip:
Click Here to view

Creating a model with threads using subpatches and all quads:
Click Here to view

Be sure to check out JeffrySG's killer technique here as well:
http://www.newtek.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77441

Creating a curved metal weaved mesh:
Click Here to view

Modeling a Texas star:
Click Here to view



Organic Modeling

Using Endomorphs in the Modeling process:
Click Here to view





Surfacing/Texturing

Mapping

1 Weight Map, 1 Surface = Multi-Surfaces :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Introduction to Texture Guide :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Introduction to Color Vertex Maps :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Introduction to texturing with image maps:
Click Here to view

Using a Clip map with Shadow Maps:
Click Here to view


Surface Editor

Introduction to the Special Buffers options in the Surface Editor:
Click Here to view

Introduction to the Halftone Shader
Click Here to view

Node Editor

Creating Texture Displacement and more in the Node Editor:
Click Here to view

Multiple Bumps on one Surface in the Node Editor:
Click Here to view

Using Multiple Weight Maps on 1 Surface:
Click Here to view

Setting up a Distance to Object Gradient in the Node Editor:
Click Here to view

Node Editor: Creating Stitches with Procedural Textures:
Click Here to view

Creating spiderman type suit webbing:
Click Here to view

Creating a Radar Motion Trail:
Click Here to view


Animation


General Animation

Introduction to Serpent:
Click Here to view
>Covers Lazy Points, Inertia, Serpent, Cloth FX, HardLink< MetaLink and more!

Creating a rope and pulley animation:
Kickn' it Old School!
Click Here to view

Creating a “Slinky-Style” spring animation:
This one has all kinds of goodies inside.
Click Here to view

Introduction to Cyclist:
Click Here to view

Techniques for animating a spiral motion:
Click Here to view

Creating Multiple Pivot Points for one Object:
Click Here to view

Setting up an animation rig for window blinds:
Click Here to view

Animating carpet rolling and unrolling:
Click Here to view

Animating a Page turning:
Click Here to view

Setting up an animation of multiple pins driven by a displacement map:
Click Here to view

Now go off and do something like this!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0u0AG_floQ

Using Effector to displace a tube :
Right-Click Here and Save to view

Animating a shaded object converting to a wireframe object:
Click Here to view

Rigging and animating an accordion style hinge.:
Click Here to view

Localized morphing of an object based on the distance of another object:
Click Here to view

Localized morphing used on a face rig:
Click Here to view


Vehicle Animation

Animating Tank Treads:
Click Here to view
****Note**** The treads animate smoothly, but the framerate of the capture software shows otherwise. Give the setup a try and you will see how well it truly works.

Animating a train or roller coaster on a curved track:
Click Here to view

Relativity : Dr. Wheel Rotator:
Click Here to view

Animating an Escalator:
Click Here to view

Character Animation

How to setup a cartoon oval eye for animation :
Right-Click Here and Save to view


Particles

Animating a bouncing ball using a particle emitter:
Click Here to view

Creating rain splashing on the ground using particle emitters:
Click Here to view

Creating a bottle rocket type animation with particle emitters:
Click Here to view


Dynamics

Using Cloth FX to Tear/Rip Material:
Click Here to view

Creating Foot prints in the ground using Cloth FX:
Click Here to view

Winding a flag around a pole using Soft FX and then the same thing with Cloth FX:
Click Here to view

Buttons on a Shirt that uses Cloth FX:
Click Here to view

Introduction to HardFx and Object Dissolve:
Click Here to view

Animating a hose that is connected to an object on each end:
Click Here to view


Lighting

How to set up the spinning light trick and an introduction to Luxigons :
Click Here to view

The spinning Light Trick was first developed by Dave Jerrard if I remember correctly. That guy has created more cool techniques then anyone I know!

Enjoy the video!

Animating a muzzle Flash synced to an audio file:
Click Here to view



Rendering and Compositing

Introduction to Compositing inside of LightWave:
Click Here to view


Creating trussing and framework with ease:
Kickn' it New School!
Click Here to view

Introduction to Render Buffer Export:
Click Here to view
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Well...There are now over 10 hours of new training videos for you guys to dive into to over the holidays. I'm off to the next items on my massive “Things I need to accomplish before 2008”. Be on the look out for some new LightWave articles, and more goodies.

Next year expect a whole new batch of training videos and other things I have cooking

I have quite the list growing so dont worry about running out of things to cover.

I expect to see lots of cool posts with all these tools and techniques being used....let's see how far we can take this stuff!

Thanx for all the support and have a great Holiday.

Btw- If your in Orlando tomorrow night come out to the Premiere of Ron Thornton's “FireWall” at Universal City Walk Theaters at 7:30.

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A million thanks, William!
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Yeah great stuff William, have a good holidays and bring us back some fresh ideas after .
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How to setup the spinning light trick and an introduction to Luxigons :
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The spinning Light Trick was first developed by Dave Jerrard if I remember correctly. That guy has created more cool techniques then anyone I know!

Enjoy the video!
Here is a ling to some of Dave Jerrard work..
http://www.mohhs.com/lw/pdf/
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Thank you again, William. I can't tell you how much I relish and appreciate these videos. They are succinct, well-made, and teach very practical things that we can make use of. I wish there were more training vids like yours! Enjoy your holidays!
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Many thanks for you generosity and for taking the time.

If you're like me - teaching works both ways and I find I learn quite a bit in the process myself.

Of course eye surgery is a lot easier!
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Old 20th Dec 2007, 11:47 AM   #30
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Hi William, I've only had the chance to watch a few of your videos but I have learnt loads already. I guess I'd like to say thank you for taking the time and effort to make these videos.
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