Hello everyone! This weekend, the beginner’s class is on animation, where we’ll be doing the “timeless” bouncing ball exercise. This is one of the standard animation exercises a young animator can do as it covers many of the principles used in lots of different kinds of actions. As well as that, it’s a great exercise for getting you stuck in to Maya and the Graph Editor.
But, don’t just take my word for it – check out this article from Digital Tutors on why the bouncing ball exercise is so important.
See you on Saturday!
Hello folks! Big news to share – this Saturday will see an event called This Is Not A Game take place at the University of Ulster, Belfast. It’s open to all 10-18 year-olds interested in games wether you’ve attended a 3D Dojo or a Coder Dojo or not. John Romero developer of DOOM! and Brenda Romero of Dungeons and Dragons will kick it all off! Sign up here quickly!!! Spaces will go fast..
Location – Conner Lecture Theatre, University of Ulster, Belfast
Date – THIS Saturday 27th September
Time – 10AM until 1PM
Hello folks, I came across this article and thought it was ideal for all of our students getting to grips with animation. It’s got excellent breakdowns on the 12 principles of animation and is sure to improve your animations in the future! Click here to be redirected to the article. Remember – the dojo is on again this Saturday morning…
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