Join Ellery Connell for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating keyframes, part of Learning MODO 601.
In this video, we'll have a look at simple animation, that is called Keyframe …Animation, and how that's set up inside a Modo. …And if you open the scene file, bouncing ball start from your Projects folder. …You'll have this file that has a simple ground plane, and then has a sphere. …And everything is set up, ready for you to animate. …So, the idea behind keyframes is that at major points in time in an animation …different values are set for pretty much anything. …They could be position, they could rotation, scale, could be a color.…
Anything that you can change, you can actually keyframe. …And if you've been looking through the Modo interface, you may have seen this …little circles appearing on the left-hand side of a lot of values. …They appear for position values, they appear for material values. …Like here, you can see it on diffuse amount, diffuse color, diffuse roughness. …These all have these little check boxes. And what those do is actually allow you …to create animation. So, if we select this ball, we can see …
- What is MODO?
- Understanding 3D design
- The MODO layout tabs
- MODO fundamentals
- Working with modeling tools
- Materials, textures, and surfaces
- UV mapping
- Lighting and rendering
Skill Level Beginner
Modeling for Product Visualization in MODOwith Ellery Connell4h 13m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. The MODO Layout Tabs
3. MODO Fundamentals
4. Modeling Tools
5. Materials, Textures, and Surfaces
6. UV Mapping
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