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I was repairing Veebot's arm the other day and decided that while I was working on him, I might as well give him an upgrade. Now he's waterproof.

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My project for our path animation assignment. He still has no rig.

(Maya 2008)
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Treyos Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2009  Hobbyist Writer
Nice animation. Very smooth and suitably fluid; I can really believe he's underwater! Veebot seems pretty cool. Good luck with your Pixar ap!
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Pinweasel Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2009   Traditional Artist
Veebot is now infinitely superior to Altair.

Okay, maybe not, but this still looks pretty awesome. Diggin' the lighting.
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MischievousPooka Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2009
Nice movement.
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shayfifearts Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2009  Professional General Artist
That's so awesome. I can't even tell you how much better you are than I was when I first started! Actually...you're better than I am now lawl. I haven't animated in forever!
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Mayonne Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009  Hobbyist Writer
Wow, you're really moving along in the animation. He's got a cute design and the way he moves is kinda cute too. Well done!
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MCBooga Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009
But... is he lava-proof?

You sure have some patience for animating without some sort of rigging.
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GatoDelCielo Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009  Professional Filmographer
Wow!!! Just amazing! Very nice dynamics ;). I am starting to work with 3D stuff and Maya... haha, but I really do not know almost anything of it, Do you have some tips? I don't know, How do you learn to use this program or which way is a good way to learn it?
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moth-eatn Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009  Professional Filmographer
Well I really just started using it myself last semester. And my professor takes a very self-driven sort of approach to teaching. He only teaches us a couple of commands and then lets us figure out the rest by ourselves. Really, just practicing and struggling through the frustration is all I've been able to do. You can look online for tutorials and such or just use the Maya help feature to figure out specific problems, but really it's just something you have to learn by doing.
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Kobb Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009
I just watched that loop like 5 times before I could tear my eyes away. Excellent job. I'm really feeling the resistance of the water.

He's such a lucky little bucket o' bolts. I wish I was waterproof.
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moth-eatn Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009  Professional Filmographer
Why thank you!

And yeah, being able to swim underwater forever like that would be pretty tight awesome.
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