Maya

In this challenge, you can earn up to three badges while learning 3D modeling in AutoDesk’s Maya.

Maya Preview

View the video below to see an introduction to what you will learn in the Maya 2016 Essentials training from Lynda.com:

Maya-Bronze-BadgeMaya Bronze Badge

Complete the tutorials in sections 1-4 in order to earn the bronze badge in Maya.

Upon completion of the tutorial, you must answer the following questions in any of the following ways: as a video log entry (post to YouTube), as a blog post via Medium.com), or as an essay via Google Docs (you may propose another response if you so choose).

  • What did you do (brief summary)?
  • What did you learn?
  • What was challenging?
  • What is the product of your learning (this can be an embedded screenshot or two, screencast (if doing video), or link to relevant content)?
  • What suggestions do you have for future students embarking on this challenge?

Maya-Silver-BadgeMaya Silver Badge

Complete the tutorials in sections 5-8 in order to earn the silver badge in Maya.

Upon completion of the tutorial, you must answer the following questions in any of the following ways: as a video log entry (post to YouTube), as a blog post via Medium.com), or as an essay via Google Docs (you may propose another response if you so choose).

  • What did you do (brief summary)?
  • What did you learn?
  • What was challenging?
  • What is the product of your learning (this can be an embedded screenshot or two, screencast (if doing video), or link to relevant content)?
  • What suggestions do you have for future students embarking on this challenge?

Maya-Gold-BadgeMaya Gold Badge

Complete the tutorials in sections 9-13 in order to earn the Gold badge in Maya.

Upon completion of the tutorial, you must answer the following questions in any of the following ways: as a video log entry (post to YouTube), as a blog post via Medium.com), or as an essay via Google Docs (you may propose another response if you so choose).

  • What did you do (brief summary)?
  • What did you learn?
  • What was challenging?
  • What is the product of your learning (this can be an embedded screenshot or two, screencast (if doing video), or link to relevant content)?
  • What suggestions do you have for future students embarking on this challenge?