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Old 10-09-2008, 09:13 PM   #1
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Default My First maya animation

her ya go not perfect but I like it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yhmus5Oi3w
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Old 10-09-2008, 09:33 PM   #2
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better than my first... mine was the same but the ball was stiff XD

congrats on yer first anim.
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Thanks! also does anyone know what I am doing wrong when I render my movie. after its done rendering it says something about renderlog.txt and there are no image files in the destination just a .txt document.. thanks!
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Not bad for a first. And about your problem, did you set the project so it uses the image folder for that particular project's scenes?
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Buy the animators survival kit its an excellent spring board, most things are wrong but keep trying dude! Its a BIG learning curve but very rewarding one ive encountered.
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Not bad for a first. And about your problem, did you set the project so it uses the image folder for that particular project's scenes?
hnmmm not sure lol... how do I do that?? there should be some type of ask loadsa questions thread xD
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Its all under File>Project. I guess its safe to say that you never created a project folder for this in the first place, I suggest you get into the habit lol. Better file management = less hassle.
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good job for the first time i think you need to learn more abou Graph editor and deformers
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