|06 June 2007||#1|
Cardiff, United Kingdom
Facial rigging,Peter Woods,Blender, Newbie
Hi all new here but and dont know if it can be done but im going to try and rig this face with Blender, hope this is ok and is allowed within the rules of the challenge.
Last edited by PLWoods : 06 June 2007 at 11:18 AM. Reason: Pro or newbie
|06 June 2007||#2|
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Cardinal Pier, United Kingdom
Join Date: May 2002
just edit your thread title so we know if you are a pro or a newbie
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|08 August 2007||#4|
Northern Arizona University
Join Date: Feb 2007
Facial rigs can be done with blender, yes; you can, for example, check out the Mancandy rig (http://freefactory.org/posts/candy-testers-wanted). There's actually two facial setups in there, on armature layers 9 and 10 (the first two layers after the space between the two
groups of buttons); the second one is the original one, while the first one is based off
techniques described in the book Stop Staring.
A common way of doing them is to use bones on the face to drive shape keys; for an introduction to that, see:
But especially look at the mancandy rig, it shows a good example of a working system.
Last edited by joeedh : 08 August 2007 at 07:58 AM. Reason: typo
|08 August 2007||#5|
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