Two Ways To Model A Dna Strand In Maya

Emily Holden Looks at Two Different Ways to Model a Basic DNA Strand in Maya.

Medical Artist and Animator, Emily Holden has a plethora of skills that she brings to the table in her work. In this 2-part tutorial series on how to model for 3D animation using Autodesk Maya’s Animation Studio toolset (Part 1), we will explore two very different techniques: Method #1 – Setting up Ladders like Structure within Your Model Using Animated Snapshot; Method#2 Twist deformer Helix shapes used when creating classic DNA strands.

DNA is a complex molecule that can be modeled in various ways. One way to model it might use Maya’s motion graphics toolkit, and there are some scripts for generating DNA parameters dynamically too!

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