Join Dermot O' Connor for an in-depth discussion in this video Drawing the eyes, part of Rigging a Face in Flash Professional.
The final piece of the face is the eyes, and that's really important of course, so let's get to it. …So let's go to Outline mode and go in close. And we will start with the right eye; that …will be the one that use as our base. …So we go to the, let's see, we have the eye R, ball and that will be just the white of the eye. …So be sure you have white selected as the fill color, and I'll select the Oval tool. …And just draw the shape as you think you need it.…
Now we probably have, if we look at this in solid, there is probably a big ugly line around it, …so we can click on that and get rid of it. And I hope you can see this: if I click on that, …there is a shape area for the eyeball. …If you go into the Outline mode then you can definitely see it. …Go to the Free Transform tool if you need to skew the eye to match. …Try to avoid pulling on of the edges of the eye. …Just use the Free Transform to get as close as possible before you do that. …So this is not too far away. Okay. …If you do too much of this business, you can really wreck the geometry of the thing, and …
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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