Tyson Ibele just released tyFLOW plugin for 3DS Max. I wanted to release this tyFLOW tutorial on skin tearing, to demonstrate some of the basic workflow of the tyFLOW plugin.
tyFLOW came out recently. However, I’ve been at various speaking events the past few weeks, and just got back to the West Coast this week. So I’ve been tinkering with this on my laptop during long flights while in the air. But now that I’m back at my workstation, I wanted to put out a quick tutorial, mostly just to share the basic process — but also to get your input on whether this is something that you want to see more of.
If this is something you would like to see more of, leave a comment, let me know both “Yes, I want to see tutorials on this” and what typical features or even effects shots you would like to see? I’ll try to find some time in the next few days to publish more tutorials. Let me know: do you want to see more tyFLOW tutorials for 3DS Max?
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