1. This video is about eye movements. I hope it will be helpfull for your animation journey ;)


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  2. This is the version I submitted for this week's assignment

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  3. I just started as a student at Animation Mentor. Here is our first animation assignment, a ball bounce. I did several different variations on it, the last one is the one I turned in for credit. http://artofmatthewlong.blogspot.com

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  4. Evidence A-Z that advanced movement calls for precise planning and pre-visualization. I'm still not sure just what the first part of the movement is supposed to be and the second part took on a life of its own and decided what it wanted to be next. Anyway, the result is not terrible and I had some fun. The end.

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  5. This is my first attempt at creating an animation of a lift and using constraints in Maya. Hogan, with his primitive robot/puppet design and rig, is not a forgiving character when it comes to physically realistic animation but I am still rather pleased with the result. I think the box has a good weight and the animation is polished enough that the big box fits is his grasp without going through his body, arms, hands, and the ground.

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