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04 April 2008, 06:07 AM
Hi All!

I'm happy to give to the public free video training. I've been teaching 3D Animation techniques for nearly six years, and have been working with XSI for three years. I recently put together a video for my students, but it's by no means designed just for them. Feel free to use and redistribute as you see fit.

I'd like to hear from you, and give me some feedback on the video.

If you like it, and people show me they want more, then I've no issues with publishing more videos.

Thanks! Happy rigging! Form and Space

04 April 2008, 06:24 AM
Link? I'll try and find one on your site!

04 April 2008, 09:09 PM
Quite nice, Matt...and very informative. As somewhat of a newb with rigging
and XSI your pacing is good (and followable for me) and stretches my learning
just enough. Will look forward to the secondary corrective shape info! :)

Thank you for your generous sharing.

04 April 2008, 12:39 AM
You are very welcome! I'm a little swamped with a showreel production since I made that video tut, but I'll get right on it when I'm done with this showreel. Probably a day or two.

04 April 2008, 11:15 AM
Nice job on the video. Looking forward to more.

05 May 2008, 06:12 PM
Hi, just a "head's up", so you know I'm not ignoring you. I just finished the the ARC show reel work, had a 12 hour days the last few days, and I'm going to take a day to myself to catch up to real world stuff. THEN, I'll make the continuation of the previous video. Promise. OK, see you later this weekend.

05 May 2008, 03:07 AM
Thanks for your generosity. I will give feedback later. :)

05 May 2008, 06:50 PM
Looking forward to seeing the details of that rig, especially the shoulder setup.

05 May 2008, 01:53 AM
New tuts online.

WMV compressed in WinRAR.

Part one is a higher quality and smaller file size.
Addendum One and Two are new videos.

Let me know if there are any questions.


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