Mastering an(i)ma 1.7 Tutorial (IV)| Standing and seated characters
For the third tutorial in the Mastering an(i)ma® series, we look at how to add fixed path animations to characters. This feature is used for creating actors that sit, stand, use doors, elevators, and much much more.
1.Creating circular and rectangular areas of standing actors.
2.Controlling the orientation of actors using look-at targets.
3.Creating sequences of actions that include fixed path animations.
4.Adjusting the behavior of actors as they exit and enter fixed path clips.
5.Looping animation clips.
6.Placing characters using reference geometry.
Previous installments of the mastering an(i)ma® series have covered the general workflow including adding walking characters and how to create actors that climb stairs and ride escalators, you can find these on our tutorials page.
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