Utilization of the Crease Set Editor in Maya 2014


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Using the Crease Set Editor

The Crease Set Editor, new in Maya 2014, is a way you can non-destructively adjust the creasing on a subdivision surface. I've got just a simple cube here for demonstration purposes. I'll select it and press the 3 key on my keyboard. And now we can see a smooth mesh preview. Currently, there's no creasing on this simple object. What I want to do is open up the Crease Set Editor> go to Edit Mesh> Crease Set Editor. And currently, there are no sets here.

All I need to do is select some edges. So I'll right-click and go to edge mode and select some edges. Tumble around, holding down shift to add to that selection. And I'll create a new crease set, by just clicking on the button that says New. And a new set of edges is created. And they have a default crease value of 2. I can set that value to anything I want just by double-clicking on that crease field. And set that back to 0, or I can set it to a value of 1. 2 is the maximum. That's a single crease set. I can add another cre...

Using the Crease Set Editor
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Using the Crease Set Editor provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the Maya 2014 New Features

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3D + Animation
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