Christopher Rutledge shows how to put together a shader in Redshift Maya that looks like it could be claymation.
These days it’s getting harder to tell what is real and what is fake. One look that is difficult to pinpoint as fake or not is the claymation look. If you want to know how to put together a shader that looks like it might be stop-motion clay, then check out this short tutorial from Christopher Rutledge.
Rutledge is a CG Artist and Animator operating in NYC. “I made this little video a while back when someone asked me how I did this effect,” Christopher says about the tutorial. “Just re-found it and figured why not share with everyone!” We’re glad that he did!
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