Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Changing the facial expression, part of Learning Adobe Fuse CC.
- [Voiceover] Let's begin by working on the face…where we can give her a different expression.…We'll switch to the Move tool,…and you can see this brings up the second review…and it brings up the 3D controls on the bottom left.…We can drag the Dolly control down…to zoom in on the figure,…and we can drag the Pan control…to pan down to the face.…We can use a combination of these…to zoom all the way into this face.…
We can also turn around…by dragging on the Orbit control.…To see the various options available,…we first need to select this figure.…And we can do that by looking at the 3D panel…and clicking on the name with the figure…which comes through with a rather odd name,…Tops_Skeleton.…Now that it's selected, we can see in the Properties panel…the various poses we can use.…Let's change for the face,…and now it's going to show us a whole range…of facial expressions.…
And the best way to see how these look…is simply to click on them.…So here's Piercing Stare.…Here's Wide-Eyed Fear,…Embarrassed,…Intense Stare, and so on.…
- Choosing and customizing the character's head
- Choosing a torso, legs, and arms
- Adding clothing, hair, glasses, and hats
- Posing the model in Mixamo
- Placing and animating the model in Photoshop
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CC 2015 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost12h 27m Beginner
Animating Cartoon Characters in Mayawith George Maestri2h 17m Intermediate
1. Creating the Head
2. Building the Body
3. Adding Clothing
4. Customizing Texture
5. Posing the Model in Mixamo
6. Placing the Model in Photoshop
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