Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing a pose, part of Learning Adobe Fuse CC.
- [Voiceover] Now that we've got our figure set up…on the ground plane, it's time to choose a pose for it.…We click on the figure and we click on the Pose icon,…which will be the first icon in the Properties panel,…and you can see a list of poses down here.…Let's move this out so we can get it larger,…and let's change the display…from the large list to a small thumbnail.…
And now we can see all those poses arranged there for us,…and it's much easier to scroll down the list.…Let's start off with a standing pose.…So we can type in, stand, hit Enter,…and here are all the poses that include the word standing.…This is showing both static poses and animations.…
We can limit this to showing just poses if we want.…And to apply a pose, we simply click on it,…and then that pose is applied to our figure.…And there's a very wide range to choose from.…Let's go for a classic standing pose like this one.…
If we like the look of that but want her leaning…the other way, we can choose to mirror the pose,…and that will simply swap it over…
- 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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