This book is a comprehensive guide to using Blender to create character rigs for games and will be vital reading to those studying games animation as well as early-career rigging artists, character animators, modeling artists, technical animators, and technical artists.
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Get to know: Nina Fricker – Lead Technical Animator at Insomniac Games https://www.linkedin.com/in/nina-fricker-9182921/ Let’s start off with some questions from our friend Izzy Cheng Hi Izzy!!! What is some advice you’d give to people getting into Technical Art or Technical Animation? AH!! Where to start?? This is a topic I could talk about a LOT. […]
Get to know: Isabella Cheng – Technical Artist and Rigging Dojo Alumna Isabella Cheng Technical Artist at Survios Let’s get started with a bit of background about you, were you always in to computer programming and tech? I was always into games and computers. I went to school at USC for Computer Science with the notion […]
Move Weights tool, a little known tool that you should be using to make skinning easier and allow for added control in a pinch. TDs can use it to speed up skinning by copying good weighting to new joints for twist, like shoulders to a few new twist joints in the upper arm for example. […]