Using XPresso to link properties: Part one


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Using XPresso to link properties: Part one

So we've already created a hieracrchy for our character, a hierarchy of objects, where we've linked various body parts together. >> Using a parenting structure. I've taken a bit of time just to rename, all of the elements so that it makes sense. So, we've, and I got Right Shoulder and a Left Shoulder. And we're going to start animating those. Now, when it comes to animation, and you're working with a quite complex character with lots different body parts. >> I really find it's useful to isolate elements, because it can get a bit confusing with all these objects showing up here in the Objects Manager.

And a great tool for helping with that is to use the Search Function. Now, even when the objects are closed, like this. The hierarchy is closed up. I can just type in the word right and all the right shoulder elements and the right leg elements, of course will, show up. So by naming things carefully, you can start to isolate elements. And make animation and coordinati...

Using XPresso to link properties: Part one
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Using XPresso to link properties: Part one provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Angie Taylor as part of the CINEMA 4D Lite for After Effects: Getting Started

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