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fePrimitives 0.9.1 for Maya (maya plugin)

A set of extended Primitives (7 Curve and 9 Poly)

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Compatibility

  • 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015

Operating Systems

  • Linux
  • Windows

History

Created:09/29/2006
Last Modified:11/28/2017
File Size: 2.47 MB

Keywords

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  • slowhand818

    slowhand818 said almost 2 years ago:

    Thank you for being one of the first to update their plugin to maya 2017 much appreciated. I use this plugin all of the time when I am modelling. Sure you can create them using other much slower multi step processes, or you can just use this. Would not be without it.
  • LotharEdge

    LotharEdge said over 2 years ago:

    GREEATTTTTTT!!! 10 Star!
  • slowhand818

    slowhand818 said about 3 years ago:

    Really good tool to extend the range of basic primitives in Maya. Working fine in Maya 2016 Thanks!!
  • keyi

    keyi said about 5 years ago:

    This plugin is great! Works perfectly fine in Maya 2014 (Win 7), installation is super easy and primitives are very good incorporated in Maya as if those are there by default!
  • kjaft

    kjaft said about 5 years ago:

    What do you actually mean by "nothing"? An error message? No Menu items appearing? btw: can you please post problems like that in the support forum, cause the reviews site gets overflooded with this stuff. Thanks Felix
  • kjaft

    kjaft said about 5 years ago:

    @Kory: Yes, it means that the subfolders "feTools" and "modules" both go to the 2013-x64 folder. Then go to the "modules" folder you just copied there , it contains just one file "feTools", this file contains the path information for the whole package, so that maya finds all the files, i.e. scripts, icons, plug-ins whithout having them to spread over to different locations. It's all just contained in the feTools subfolder. Thus the correct path to the feTools FOLDER on YOUR computer has to be in the modules\feTools FILE. The after starting Maya the plug-in should be available in the plug-in manager. Sorry, one day there will be an installer...
  • Kory Dollar

    Kory Dollar said over 5 years ago:

    I am new to this and I am trying to install the plugin. I don't understand where to actually put the file. I know how to get to My Documents>maya>2013-x64 ( where is see three folders prefs, presets, and scrips and one ENV file Maya. Installation for windows step 2: you are loosing me when you indicate "copy one ore more folders with the appropriate version number" - are you referring to both the files in the download "feTools, and modules?" I also don''t understand what you mean by "edit the file "feTools" in the subfolder \modules\ so that the file path points to Plug-in-Manager. any help would be great!
  • joed8349

    joed8349 said almost 8 years ago:

    Great, quick tools with adjustable inputs! Tested in Maya 2011, hotfix 3. I converted all xpm files to png and it took a little time figuring out where to put files, but everything worked out. Thanks.
  • kadir kara

    kadir kara said about 8 years ago:

    Perfect Tool! i am waiting for Maya 2011 version.
  • Fields

    Fields said almost 10 years ago:

    I went from 6.5 to 2008 and missed this time saving little tool

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