In Time For Halloween
One of the things that amuse me about 3D animation are all the outtakes reals. Not the scripted ones, but the ones where a character’s fur explodes to a ridiculous inverted characters.
One of my first experiences with that was A Beautiful Disaster. A simple walk animation where the legs weren’t keeping pace with the body, based off of CGCookie’s Animation Bootcamp.
Today’s accident involved the Blender Human Generator plugin. It’s available on the Blender Market.
The results were almost horror film worthy. The issue turned out to be a stretch to constraint that wasn’t needed, and had all the affected bones stretching to the armature’s origin. Removing the constraints one by one resulted in several humorously grotesque poses. There were also one or two shots from inside the head, just because those are always so creepy.
I’m also going to need to work on and/or find a better gallery presentation than this. I’m not sure if it makes more sense to just open up something like an Art Station, to find a plugin for the static site generator I’m using, or write something of my own that best meets my needs.
Standing On Head
A Bad Case of Hand Head