• Saturday , 4 April 2020

TGA Digital – Animated Forcefield Shader with ShaderFX in Autodesk Maya

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In this video you will learn how to create a “team color” shader. The way you define what areas get this team color is using vertex colors. The model used is from one of our talented students at The Game Assembly, Joachim Häggström, www.jocke-haggstrom.com.

The initial “baseline” group used in this video is covered in detail in the “Creating the “Baseline” group in ShaderFX for Autodesk Maya” video below.

For more ShaderFX tutorials check out our other videos on the subject.

Getting started with ShaderFX for Autodesk Maya

Creating the “Baseline” group in ShaderFX for Autodesk Maya

Team Color Shader with ShaderFX in Autodesk Maya

TriplanarTexture Mapping with ShaderFX in Autodesk Maya

All of the above videos including this one as a playlist:

These videos area also available as a course on Udemy if you prefer it as a learning platform, free of course.
https://www.udemy.com/creating-custom-real-time-shaders-using-shaderfx-for-maya/

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2 Comments

  1. Eugene Flormata
    February 1, 2020 at 16:59

    thanks for the tutorial
    the result of the alpha in maya 2018 looks a bunch different than the one in the video (by 17min)
    some weird alpha glitch, it shows up in dx11 and opengl, not sure if you've come across it before or know reasons why it does that? the color looks proper, just once alpha is on, it has weird artifacts showing up on the models

  2. George R
    February 1, 2020 at 16:59

    Sorry, maya suck1s badly. Well, everything from Autodesk does. Its incredible that people keep using products from em.

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