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Skinning, modelling and character-rigging.

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We just finished adapting the colored woman's bones. She is able to dance!
We positioned the bones on the right place and then adapted their envelopes until the colored woman moved correctly.
During a self-made animation, she, for example, lifted her right leg, so that we were able see whether or not her thigh and lower thigh acted correctly while she held her knee bent.
Same procedure with her arms, fingers, her feet, etc.

Our next plans for the upcoming two weeks:

  • Install her facial bones, so that she can speak.
  • Adorn her body with nice specials (jewels).
  • Paint her body colorful (as she is the colored woman).
  • Produce a song for the #coloredWoman video which is due on Halloween (made by Charly Men).
  • Develop a choreography so that she can dance nicely during her video.

We continue working on the main-character Charly Clearwater when work on the colored woman is finished for the most part as her video is planned to be published at first.
 

Check Twitter for new pics and short videos. 

 



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