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    Commercial LightWave Training - a list...

    not complete, never the less...

    Commercial LightWave Training  (Videos)

    --- Hard Surface Modeling ---
    Car Modeling - Elvis (Lewis) Blazencic

    Hard Surface Subdivision - Jeffry Gugick

    District 9 Fanboy - Kevin Phillips

    Complex Interiors - SimplyLightWave

    Prague Tram - SimplyLightWave

    Space Shuttle Discovery - SimplyLightWave

    London Tower Bridge - SimplyLightWave

    M4 Tank - SimplyLightWave

    Secrets of SubD Modeling - Chilton Webb

    Futuristic City - Cobben Charlot

    Digital Modeling - William (Proton) Vaughan

    Bell 407 Helicopter - Phil Nolan

    Archviz Scene - Phil Nolan

    --- Character Modeling ---
    Jack Skellington - SimplyLightWave

    Digital Modeling - William (Proton) Vaughan

    --- Motion Graphics / Nodes ---
    Rebel Hill Nodes - Rebel Hill

    Node Based Surfacing - James Willmott

    Pixel Displays - Dana (dwburman) Burman

    --- Render ---
    Stereoscopic Camera Fundamentals - Aristomenis (Meni) Tsirbas

    Octane Quick Start - Ryan Roye

    Photorealistic Beverage Ad - Louis du Mont

    --- Character Animation ---
    Rebel Hill Rigging -

    Rebel Hill Animation -

    Rebel Hill Face Rigging -

    Adobe Character Animator for LW - Dana (dwburman) Burman

    Comprehensive Guide to IKBooster - Ryan Roye

    Common Scenarios for Character Animators - Ryan Roye

    --- SFX ---
    Weapons FX - Ryan Roye

    TurbulenceFD - Kelly “Kat” Myers
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    Super Member JohnMarchant's Avatar
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    Can't wait to see some new LightWave 2018 tutorials added to the list.
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    yes, hope to see those soon

    by the way, also check these links >

    LightWave on Youtube
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    Also, the second-hand market is not to be sneezed at. The Dan Ablan books occasionally come up for less than a dollar and the Ken brilliant books can be often be had very cheap (the only lottery being if the CD is still attached). It has been possible to buy Tim Albee's Kaze Ghost Warrior DVD, which includes the "Making Of" Documentary, for just $0.01 - there isn't even a coin in UK currency able to go that low.

    Having said that, some level of end-to-end training resources in a more centralized location would be good. Lino's Rigging Revealed tut seems lonely on the website by itself. For example, an update of the Rex Olson/Todd Grime Character Set would be fantastic, or even add to the website as-is (I think Rex still works for NT in some capacity). Bear in mind that combining Modo's Rigging and Character courses would set you back nearly $350.00 for the training alone, so it might be good for NT to update the old Desktop Images stuff and place on the site. The VFX set too.
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    --- LightWave Introduction ---

    LightWave 2018 - Getting Started

    also check this more compact free intro by Teague Chrystie >
    Last edited by erikals; 09-22-2018 at 05:18 PM.
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    I gotta' say, the Rebel Hill PBR Render tutorials are amazing!

    If anyone's having trouble figuring out the LightWave 2012019 materials, lighting, and rendering system, I highly recommend it.
    Favorite Waves: LW3.5, 5.6c, 7.5, 8.5, 9.6, 2015.


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