Get some cool wallpapers..soo..
cool to make your dates in a perfect mood!
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Monday, October 22, 2007
Download(click the image and save) the image andView this image on your monitor, make sure that you can read all of the numbers along the top and bottom.!If not adjust your monitor visual properties.
Tips-If you are ever creating printed output, then the most accurate way to calibrate your monitor is to print a test image first, and then adjust your monitor to match the printer's output.
Even a well-calibrated monitor may shift its appearance during the first hour or two after being turned on. At many studios, monitors are left on continuously instead of being turned off over night, so that the calibration will not be lost in the morning.
As a general rule, conventional CRT monitors are capable of a greater range of contrast and more accurate colors than a flat LCD monitor
Working in a room with sunlight coming in through a window, or too bright a light from the ceiling lights or lamps, can limit your perception of the scene you are trying to light. Before you begin lighting a scene, turn your office lights down or off, and make sure there is no screen glare or reflections visible on your monitor.
(compiled from J.Brin's Digital Lighting and Rendering Second edition.)
Posted by John Romeio at 1:49 AM
During my search for a good tutorial in bird wing rigging (I badly need for my current project) .I came across this superb video tutorial which helped me a lot in my task..Since its free...I thought of posting it in my blog....
Get tutorial (right click and save)
*Please note: the following video tutorials require the Techsmith video codec to be viewed correctly. You can find it here.
Posted by John Romeio at 12:47 AM
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Saturday, October 20, 2007
This is a place where you can get excellent tutorials on new features(plus others) of maya...Its fromDuncan Brinsmea, principal scientist with Autodesk and creator of Maya Paint Effects, Maya Hair, Maya Toon, and also worked extensively on Maya Fluids and nCloth.His blog is a must visit for every maya users......You shall get most of the sample source files with the web stuff.....
So what are you waiting for.....
GO GET NOW
Posted by John Romeio at 11:41 PM