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  • Author: 6_1_9
  • Date: 23-10-2015, 15:44
23-10-2015, 15:44

Rigging A Cartoon Character In Maya

Category: Tutorials

Rigging A Cartoon Character In Maya
Rigging A Cartoon Character In Maya | 452 MB


Cartoon characters are known for their exaggerated movement, often created by squashing and stretching the character. In this course, George Maestri shows how to add cartoony squash and stretch to a rig in Maya. He shows how to use Maya's rigging tools to create stretchy joints, flexible torsos, and exaggerated facial expressions. Follow along to learn how to replicate these techniques and bring your own characters to life.

Topics include:
  • Creating stretchy joints with expressions and the Node Editor

  • Adding spine stretch

  • Setting up IK/FK switching

  • Manipulating faces with blend shapes

  • Skinning the character

  • Creating controls for facial animation

  • Rigging the eyes

  • Testing the rig with a simple animation


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