Welcome back to Learning 2D Character Animation 101! Our third lesson will focus on the process of “weighting” your character rig (read our second lesson on Adding Bones to Your Character here). Now that you’ve added bones to your character, you need to dictate what effect each bone has
Tag: 2D Software
Welcome back to Learning 2D Character Animation 101! Our second lesson will focus on the key concepts and process for adding bones to your 2D Mesh (read our first lesson on Creating a 2D Mesh here). Now that you’ve finished the mesh we are going to start the rig.
Imagine a chicken coop: fortified against hawks, foxes, weasels, coyotes, yet designed for the illusion of access to the outside world.
The material balancing these needs? The coop’s mesh lining—flexible, uniform, and sturdy enough to keep out malevolent critters. Similarly, in the world of animation, mesh is a
We asked one of our engineers, Tom Mirades, to learn both Creature 2D and Spine 2D in order to bring to life the 1973 painting, “Outlaw of Torn”, by the late Frank Frazetta.
Tom is a world-class physics simulation engineer, but he had no traditional