Well here it is!
Download the Saucy Rig for use in Animation Master:
Saucy Rig (v1c) File size: 34 kB
Updated to version 1.5
This rig has been designed to be very easy to install so you should not have any trouble after going over the videos and instructions.
Before you install this rig into you own model(s), I invite you to have a look at the Saucy Rig Overview post. There, you can download a sample rigged file to try out in Animation Master as well as watch a few videos on how it functions so you can determine if this rig is one that you think that you’ll find useful.
A few things about the rig have changed for the better since I first demonstrated it in a previous post (as the Drop-In Poker Rig) .
Continue reading The Saucy Rig
In my previous post I introduced the” Drop-In” rigging concept for Animation Master.
In the video that I included in that post I demonstrated installing the “Poker Rig” into a simplified robot model that I use for testing rigs. The model there is probably not a typical model so I wanted to show the rig being installed into a model that is more typical as far as its layout is concerned.
For the video in this post, I demonstrate rigging a model that is probably modeled more like most models that an artist may be rigging. Continue reading Rigging Ian with the Poker Rig
I was recently invited by Steve Shelton (“Shelton” at the Animation Master forums) to participate in a project that he, along with Chris Dailey (“mouseman” at the Animation Master forums), has been working on. It involves a coffee shop and a few mishaps 🙂 . The project is a precursor to a larger one that Steve has in mind and he is using this project as a learning experience before he moves on to the larger one.
They told me that they could use a bit of help with some of the rigging. Continue reading “Drop-In” Rigging method for Animation Master