Autodesk Maya 2012: Modeling and Animation
This intermediate-level Maya course focuses on the ins and outs of setting up a character for animation in Maya. Some topics to be tackled include Joints, Inverse Kinematics, Constraints, creating controllers, Set Driven Keys, Skinning and painting weights.
Also included is Maya's non-linear animation editor, the Trax Editor.
What will be covered
- Set driven keys
- Connection Editor
- Custom attributes
- Non-linear, non-destructive animation with clips in the Trax Editor.
Who should attend
This course is for anyone with Maya experience who would like to learn how to animate a character, as well as those who want to improve their character rigging and animation skills.
To benefit from this course, participants should have completed PCCI's Maya: Foundation course or have equivalent experience.
Class time will be divided between instructor-led presentations and hands-on exercises. Classes will be limited to five students, with an individual computer workstation and Wacom graphics tablet for each student to use during the course.
- May 22–25 (Wed to Sat)
- Aug 28–31 (Wed to Sat)
9 AM to 5 PM
PhP 11,995 (USD 300)
Includes the book, Learning Autodesk Maya 2009 The Modeling & Animation Handbook: Official Autodesk Training Guide by Autodesk Maya Press, lunch and snacks.
Be sure to read the Registration Info before registering.