Over a year ago now I discovered the Puppeteer Lounge and decided to give their Introduction to Rigging course a go. Being self-taught at rigging (using the wonders of the internet and a few books!) I always felt that I had gaps in my knowledge, and so I wanted to start some professional training right from the bottom. As I was working 2 jobs at the time, I opted for the offline course to allow me to work at my own pace and fit the classes in whenever I got some time. I can h
Animation: Pose practice So I’ve decided to brush up my animation skills. Today I’ve started with a half hour pose, to loosen up. I grabbed this still from Pokemon (the first episode) and tried to match it as close as possible in 3d.
Bit tricky getting 3d to match 2d, but not bad for a first attempt. I’m using the free Jin and Joe rigs from ononeanimation.com. Decent rigs, some of the controls are a bit hard to decipher, and I couldn’t get much flexibility from the mouth r