Continuing where we left off after the Luxo-lamp rig - explorations and assignments featuring more rigs provided by the school: a floursack and a simplified, but well-rigged human character called Hogan.
- A sack drop
- Sack hop-cycle (which I regret looks like a bunny)
- Hogan; 7 still poses to fit assigned moods
- Hogan weight-shift
- Hogan doing a tennis serve (no wonder these players injure their elbows so often)
- Nico, early facial rig test
That last rig is a freeware download for non-commercial use, called Nico. It's an incredibly well-rigged quadroped model that I've started to play around with for personal practise. As of now, he is still too complicated for me, but it won't be long before I'm doing stuff with this guy. Right now I'm just having fun getting to know the facial-controls.
The Nico rig can be downloaded here for free, for anyone who makes an account (which is also free).