I apologise for the title, I just couldn't resist. Next update is the Rhett horse rig I was working with on Maya. Hadn't used Maya at all before this, so considering that I think it went pretty well.
I did three horsey animations. A walk and gallop cycle and a horse standing one. The cycles were fairly easy to do, especially with the help of The Animator's Survival Kit and Muybridge's photos.
I'll also be doing a horse trot in my spare time to complete the set, so that'll be fun to do. Although I will have to learn how to set up a lighting system in Maya. (As a said before, this is my first time using it and it took long enough to figure out how to animate and render - Learning to light on it is next on my to do list).
Thursday, 6 September 2012
I'm pretty happy with the way it came out, I know there's a few things wrong here and there, but time was not always a friend on this piece. (I don't think time is ever a friend if deadlines are around).
Dialogue pieces are my weakest point, so I hope to work and improve on them if I get a chance.
Over and out.