Creating Stylized Leaves in Maya
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Looks cool,what's the method for rendering animated substance?(Flipbook?)

The plugin is called Hair Grabber and you can find it here:https://gumroad.com/l/GqVoR. It basically has parameters for manipulating cards in a spline manner

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Creating Stylized Leaves in Maya
31 March, 2017
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Romain Durand has showed the way he created stylized leaves for his latest scene. A really nice step-by-step guide to modeling foliage inside Maya.  

You can also get this tutorial for free on Gumroad. 

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Sarah
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Sarah

Thanks for the tutorial. Easy to follow but I feel it needs more explanation. My issue at the moment is after I do the vertex normal step, my tree’s shading gets darker and lighter as I move around it. How can I avoid this?

John
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John

Thanks for your quick reply. Im trying to create a similar tree but no success lol. Even when I apply the normals some of them are being reversed. Would be a hassle for you to get more in detail pls?

RDurand
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Hey, there is no need to attach the leaf to the sphere, the sphere is just here to help you having a great shape for the leaves, I usually place them by hand.

John
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John

Very well done and thank you. Question: How did you attach the base leaf to the sphere please?

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