Maya tutorial : Modeling a Fireplace

In this 3D modeling tutorial I will show you how to model, texture, light and render a Fireplace scene in Autodesk Maya

Textures :

Links to reference images :

Backside Fireplace :

Red Marble :

Walls :

Wooden Floor :

Log bark :

Log End :

Painting Frame :

Black Iron :

Painting :


Douglas Henderson says:

HEY MIKE …….. this room is bloody well FREEZING. Could you start up the fire pretty please ?


M Whitty says:

can u do a tutorial on making fire for a medieval torch please? thank you

Just Graphic says:

another great tutorial, this one will help me a lot as im into interior and environment modeling, going to share this one on my facebook wall as well

Douglas Henderson says:

In the fire place ……….. would that fall under nDynamics …….. creating fire ???

Mike I like the pace you teach at !!!! It helps when trying to do it while watching.

mohamed elsharkawy says:

thank very much

Bill Miller says:

Thanks Mike fantastic

Wing YIP says:

Hello Mike,

I’m an animation student from Hong Kong and I’ve just finished my final year project which is a 3D horror computer game.
I’m a new beginner of Maya and I’ve learned a lot from your youtube tutorials, especially the modelling tutorials.
Your tutorials are very clear and easy to catch up.I really appreciate your tutorials a lot and I just wanna say thank you.

Thank you and I hope you will make more amazing tutorials in the future! 🙂
p.s. I’ve also given you a credit in my project report.

Ansam S says:

hi mike im new in Maya and molding and i learn so may from you tutorials but im having a problem with UVs i cant do them in a house or something i model if you could give me an advice

Leya Koreya says:

Very good and helpful tutorials! Thank you for your work

TheDorianTube says:

Fantastic. Thanks for this tutorial. I’m gonna try it after finishing to replicate the model of your pen tutorial XD

James Rucks says:

Nice result for sure, but I think you could have explained that in half the time 🙂

tariq0513 says:

Really appreciate your tutorials. I use them as refreshers. Helps me remember certain techniques that I may have forgotten over time and also teaches me new way of getting same results!
Thank you for the quality tutorials!

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