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  12 December 2008
Autodesk MasterClass Video 2006

I'm looking to get hold of the Autodesk Masterclass video from Siggraph in 2006 in particular this TeslaCoil Tutorial.

http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=383959


Anyone got any links?
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  12 December 2008
Contact Chris directly maybe. As far as I know nothing was ever released as I did master classes that year on car rigging and it never got released either. Maybe you could talk Chris into doing this for a DVD or a freebee.
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  12 December 2008
That is a shame, has anyone seen any other tutorials on this sort of effect. I'm trying to use a find target then PFspliner to make the splines but I'm sure there is a better way. Got a lot to animate otherwise...
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  12 December 2008
Maybe Chris can drop in and explain what he did but think that he was using a whole lot of Max script to get this working.
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  12 December 2008
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