Introduction to Maya Animation: Walk Cycle

Create convincing walk cycles and easily learn time-saving animation techniques in Maya. Please note that the project files provided with this training kit require Maya 7 to be opened. Software required: Maya 4.0 and higher (project files require Maya 7).
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jun 21, 2006
Duration
2h 29m
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Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jun 21, 2006
Duration
2h 29m
Description

Create convincing walk cycles and easily learn time-saving animation techniques in Maya. Contains over 2.5 hours of project-based training. Perfect for beginner to intermediate users. Popular highlights include: Walk Cycle Diagram; Layering Body Mechanics; Follow Through and Weight; MEL Scripting for Animators; Transforming Male Walk into Female Walk; Translating Walk Cycle Forward; Keying in Channel Box; Graph Editor; Insert Key Tool; Breaking Tangents to Create the Illusion of Weight; Editing Tangents for Seamless Cycling; Cycling with Pre and Post Infinity; Please note that the project files provided with this training kit require Maya 7 to be opened. If you do not have Maya 7, you can create your own character rig with the help of our Character Setup in Maya training kit. Software required: Maya 4.0 and higher (project files require Maya 7).

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