Maya 2008 Character Modeling & Animation: Principles and by Tereza Flaxman

By Tereza Flaxman

Are you prepared to tackle the problem of animating practical and compelling characters utilizing the newest model of Maya, the robust 3D pics and modeling software program? "Maya 2008 personality Modeling and Animation: rules and Practices" indicates newbie to intermediate animation scholars and lovers tips on how to create professional-quality characters, explaining the total personality animation strategy from pre-production to ultimate complete physique and facial animation. each one bankruptcy starts off by means of exploring the "why" in the back of the strategies being offered, by way of step by step tutorials to use your new wisdom. Following a chain of hands-on initiatives you will how one can version, rig, and animate, development a finished skill-set as you progress steadily via each one chapter.You'll learn how to grasp Maya's services on either a technical and inventive point as you create fantastic lively characters filled with emotion and expression.

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The purpose of storyboarding is not artistic but organizational. The point is to have the film sequence worked out on paper. This is an important planning tool, even for an individual animator working alone. For a group project, the storyboard becomes a key working document referenced repeatedly by the full team. The basic layout of a storyboard is chronological. If you are uncertain of the full sequence up front (which is common), consider using individual sheets of paper attached to an empty wall or even large index cards.

7 Fundamentals of Computer Animation 47 Selecting the first key. 2. 8). This changes the curve to allow you to have nonsymmetrical tangents. 8 Weighted Tangents menu choice. 3. 9). This frees the specific handle for nonsymmetrical editing. The end point of the grabber handle should become an empty square. 9 Free Tangent Weight button. 48 Maya 2008 Character Modeling and Animation: Principles and Practices 4. Make sure you have the Move tool selected. 10). 10 Flatten tangent to ease-out. 5. Now zoom in pretty close on your box at the origin and play back the animation.

This is by far the most common transition. For example, cuts are commonly used in dialogue shots to show the speaker and then the person listening and reacting. • A dissolve is when one shot fades out into another. This is used when a break in the visual continuity is desirable to indicate the passage of time. Dissolves typically vary from 15 to 120 frames. • A fade in/out is when a shot is gradually changed to a static color, usually black or white. The purpose of a fade is fundamentally different from cuts and dissolves.

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