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3D ball splat animation


Hello, hello!  This is my first semi-decent animation in Maya.  I just started animating in it and it's taking some getting used to....so been working on a few tests and working out kinks here and there.  It's not as intuitive or as flexible as 2D but....once I get the hang of it, it will be a truly awesome skill to have.

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  1. Nice work. How long did it take you?

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    1. Howdy! Thanks Ben! This is my 4th animation and it turned out decent, so this one took me less than an hour after getting the hang of the graphs. We just started the whole animation thing on Wednesday afternoon :) Not long! :D

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  2. Is that for an assessment in your class or just practicing with Maya?

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    1. These are exercises that are required to be handed in, in order to pass this assessment. That said...these exercises are just preparing us for the actual animation assessment that's going to get done some time next week...

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  3. What are you animating for your assessment?

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    1. Sounds like its' going to be a ball with legs, interacting with a ball with a tail. All animations that look any good will be going up on the blog :D

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  4. Ball with legs? Nice :) Mike Wazowski!!!!

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    1. hey! I didn't even think of that! CooL! :D Thanks ben!

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  5. He's the funniest ball on legs I've ever seen.

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