Join Dermot O' Connor for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating the F head, part of Rigging a Face in Flash Professional.
So, happily, we only have one final head direction left to do.…If you the adventurous type, and you feel like you've pretty much picked up the…method by now, feel free to do this by yourself and skip over this movie and see…if your solution to the problems and the puzzles involved will be similar to…mine or different, better, or worse.…So in the meantime, for those of you who still need to see more of this…procedure, stay tuned, and I'll walk you through this process.…There might be a few little pitfalls still ahead of this.…Bear in mind that we do have to take care of not just one transition from the…F to the G, but the one backwards as well, from the F to E, and that's the tricky part.…
But let's just get cracking and see what happens.…So what I am going to do is similar to the previous section where we used a flip…of the opposite head as a reference, we'll do the same thing again.…So I am going to put a little blank frame in here and the F is going to be a…direct mirror image of the D.…So let's select all of the D heads, I'll go Ctrl+C, making sure none of the…
AuthorDermot O' Connor
- Setting up layers for the head
- Animating blinks
- Fine-tuning expressions
- Fixing layering issues
- Adding expressions to the animation
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Creating the Front View
2. Mouth and Dialogue
Building unique mouth shapes12m 10s
3. Facial Acting
4. Rotating the Head
5. Creating a Head Turn-Around
6. Fine-Tuning and Animating
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