Using Redshift Proxies with MASH in Maya

18.01.2019
Jack Davies Marketing Manager
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Our first 3D Tip of 2019 sees us return to the incredible Redshift.

Check out the video tutorial below on using Redshift Proxies with MASH in Maya.

Watch it here

In this tutorial, Joe shows in his pacey style how to:

Export the Redshift proxy properly to work with MASH

Import and instance the proxy tree to create a forest type scene

Set up a MASH network that has controllable object placement using UV map

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