Spacing for 3D Animation in Autodesk Maya | Yone Santana | Skillshare

Spacing for 3D Animation in Autodesk Maya

Yone Santana, Animator & Coach

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10 Lessons (57m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Setting up Maya for Animation

    • 3. Spacing keys for Easing-In

    • 4. Animate with Lead and Follow

    • 5. Essential Graph Editor tools

    • 6. Master Anticipation & Overshoots

    • 7. Animate a Character Jump

    • 8. Appendix 1: Pluggins & Scripts

    • 9. Appendix 2: Playblast & Rendering

    • 10. Final Thoughts


About This Class

Are you ready to take your animations to the next level? In this class we are going to explore how to use effective spacing to animate in Autodesk Maya. Spacing describes how far something moves or changes shape from one frame to the next. By planning your the spacing of your shots you can speed up your workflow and to add a professional level of appeal to your animations. Completing this class will allow you complete control over every ease-in and out.

If you are new to Maya you don't need to worry. I'm going to take you through each exercise one step at a time. Spacing is a great skill for new animators to master and it is a easy way to begin learning the ins and outs of Maya. Students with some animation experience can also join on to improve their spacing skills.