Pixar in a Box
- Start here!
- Welcome to rigging
- 1. Rotate deformers
- Rigging rotation deformers
- 2. Translation deformers
- Rigging translation deformers
- 3. Scale deformers
- Create a younger model using scaling
- 4. Putting everything together
- Rigging scaling deformers
- Bonus: Animate a rigged character
- 5. Make a face
- Rigging Knick's face
- Getting to know Brian Green
Welcome to rigging!
Welcome to Rigging!
In this topic, we'll explore how characters are brought to life using simple controls.
- Appropriate for all ages
- Learn to use geometric transformations to make a lamp jump
- Appropriate for grade eight and above
- Create your own characters in the final project
Want to join the conversation?
- Can you do the same with 2D animation?(17 votes)
- yes you can search up scratch to check it out(2 votes)
- Why is the second part only for grades 8 and up(4 votes)
- Yeah, I have no idea. Well, I'm gonna try it anyways and see what happens.(10 votes)
- how long dose it take to make a character come alive?(6 votes)
- Depends on the complexity of the character and how comfortable the modelers, riggers, animators, and textures are in there jobs.(4 votes)
- Can a 4th grader do lesson 2?(2 votes)
- You could try it might be a bit hard though(1 vote)
- how do you get into the system of disney?(3 votes)
- teach me this awesome stuff. plz(3 votes)
- hi sisters and why is this so hard(3 votes)
- chicken(2 votes)
- why is animating important?(2 votes)
- it's so hard i don't know the anwser to any question on rigging really i don't what else.(2 votes)