Join Dermot O' Connor for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating the three-o'clock pose, part of Rigging a Face in Flash Professional.
So now it's onto one of the most important of the clock positions, and that's…the 3 o'clock, or basically it's just the normal three-quarter speaking position,…which you will use a lot of.…You'll probably use the 3 o'clock position or the B position from the turnaround…much more than any of the others, so let's get working on that.…And the best way to start will be to take our regular A pose and Alt+Option+drag…it to the 3 o'clock position.…It's not that difficult from the A pose into the B. That's why I like to start…rigging from the A pose;…all of our start positions begin here and basically work from here.…
If you were to begin in the B pose, it would be much harder to work back…into the A pose, I find.…So let's switch off everything for a moment and have a look at where we're going.…So this is where we want to be.…We'll just basically unhide and padlock every layer, again, that needs no work;…all the empty ones, and let's go to the skull, put it into Outline and start…using Free Transform to tease the skull into the space that we need it to be.…
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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