Webinar: Autodesk – Concept Modeling with Maya


Autodesk presented its third Webinar in the series entitled ‘Concept Modeling with Maya’ that illustrates how the software helps to create concept models.

Martin Emila of Autodesk showed how Maya could accelerate the development of a design concept with the help of polygonal modeling workflow, and how it can be integrated into common workflow – starting with first ideation sketch, move to polygon model and continue to surfacing and visualization.

Emila’s four-year career at Autodesk has largely focused on conceptual design and visualization. His focus is on industrial design process, covering complete flow from first sketch to final product with expertise in creating conceptual models and realistic visualization using SketchBook Designer, Autodesk Alias, Showcase, 3d Studio Max or Maya software.

He is currently a member of Autodesk Design, Lifecycle and Simulation Group and as Solution Engineer supports in this role various companies and Autodesk partners across Europe.


7 thoughts on “Webinar: Autodesk – Concept Modeling with Maya

  • January 18, 2019 at 13:50

    Hi this is Ankit here. Can you please make a tutorial on how to create a car and match it with 360 degree video reference?

  • January 18, 2019 at 13:50

    Hi am Brian am from South Africa I have been in love with 3d modeling since i got my hand on my first 3d Software which was CD4 R11 in 2012 i learned and fell inlove since than in 2014 i was doing my Matric(Grade12) my last school high school grade "i dont know what you call it that side. And from there since I could'nt go to any Collage I taught myself 3d modeling and also automotive in Autodesk Maya and i've been learning this softwares(Maya,Solidworks,Inventor,a bit of Zbrush) for the past 3 years and a certified Maya user i found a way to do that Online.and i learned some of my stuffs from Digital tutors,Lynda and some free Vimeo and Youtube tutorials. and I sometimes find it as am wasting my time since 3d is not that big as that side(German) Compared to where i am(South Africa) And I really have Zero Clues on where to start to get my career Kicking.So abit of Advice/Aid would be much appreciated. becouse i dont see myself as anything other than a 3D artist Please reply as soon as you read this ……………….and thank you for your Time Brian Out!

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