Lecture 16 - Blend Shapes & Muscle Bulge

Lecture 16 - Blend Shapes & Muscle Bulge - CGS 3034...

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CGS 3034 – Lecture 16 Blend Shapes Muscle Bulge Introduction to Computer Aided Animation Instructor: Brent Rossen
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Overview – Blend Shapes Blend Shapes Set Driven Shapes
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Blend Shapes Blend Shapes can be used to control muscle bulge in the body as well as facial animation Today we'll be creating a muscle bulge in the calf of our Reverse Foot Then we'll set up a driven relationship for it Open up ReverseFoot.ma from the lectures page under this lecture
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Duplicate the Base Object Select the calf, this will be our base object Duplicate the calf geometry Unlock translate X on the new leg1 object Move your duplicated leg geometry away from the original Rename it: calf_bulge
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Modify the Target Shape Modify it's shape to bulge out Go to component mode, select the CVs where the calf should be, Scale them out in all directions and move them up a little Now we have a nice Target shape We'll use this as a target for the calf to achieve
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course CGS 3034 taught by Professor Damkjer during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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