In this tutorial I look at a great way to practice timing and placement of keys.
Note: No audio on this video
Keywords: character, animation, maya,
Keywords: animation, 3d, character, pose
Keywords: 3ds max, water, animation, particles
Keywords: Maya, Rigging, Animation,
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(ID: 167591, pid: 0) Philadelphia on Mon, 19 November 2012 9:25am Hi, please am a multimdia student and would love to learn from you and will ask you if its possible you send me animation tutorials for 3Ds Max, After effects and Flash am just a first year studnt. I am saying this because you hav inspird m when i saw your work and i decided to choose to do Animation. Its exciting. Send them either weekly to email@example.com
(ID: 131986, pid: 0) Sri on Tue, 10 July 2012 3:22pm hi
really great for the beginner...
any other than these..
the character animation making some actions....
any character would do...
(ID: 113626, pid: 0) V@la on Thu, 03 May 2012 8:44am Sorry if you dont like it but i didnt make this tutorials for beginners, so it is understandable that beginners have trouble following the tut. However, the high resolution film can be found on my web site - http://www.3dvala.com//Original%20web%20side/Tutorials/animation_practice_squash_and_Stretch.swf
(ID: 77452, pid: 0) TheBaki on Tue, 10 January 2012 10:59am Low resolution and speed of video makes it hard to follow, begginers hawe to find out things for themselves, don't like it.
(ID: 66690, pid: 0) Naimish on Wed, 30 November 2011 10:28am this is a Great tut for the beginner, i have made my first animation in half an hour.
(ID: 65385, pid: 0) Damon Wolfe on Sat, 26 November 2011 6:24am the video's are way to fast, for someone to learn from, beginners will never be able to learn from these.
(ID: 45613, pid: 0) Meestrifvefee on Mon, 04 July 2011 5:17am good tuts for people who wanna start to Animation :D