So you've blocked in your poses for your animation - now what? You could hit spline, but you can already imagine the cringey, floaty movement that will come out of it. How about taking another pass at your blocking and getting it to blocking plus?
If you're not sure where to start, take a look at instructor Jean-Luc Delhougne’s blocking plus workflow in Maya (from our Body Mechanics animation course). He takes a blocking pass of a jump from basic poses to a well-timed blocking plus pass with arcs and natural movement. In Part 2, he uses arc and angle tracking in different parts of the body to improve parts of his blocking that feel a little off at first glance.
If you missed Part 1 (Timing), take a look here:
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