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Character Showcase |
July 27th, 2020
Blender Version: 2.80
Animation by Pablo Fournier, lighting and rendering by Andy Goralczyk. Rain rig by the Blender Animation Studio team.
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Would love to check this out, but am not sure how to get Rain to appear as I'm a bit of a n00b when it comes to Linking in Blender.
I've downloaded the Rain v2.0 rig and renamed it "rain_rig.blend" and performed "Find Missing Files". Looks like it picked her up, because I don't get an error about her missing, but she's still not appearing in the shot and it's also reporting missing pen and paper.
@Jeremy Bot Put "rain_rig" under a "rain" folder?
Can't locate the notepad, though.... not sure where that comes from.
Is there any tutorial explains how the pen and book were rigged ??
@Footytoonz There isn't, sorry - They are extremely simple though, I encourage you to simply go into pose mode on the rigs and click on all the bones and check their constraints - the only "fancy" thing is a Floor constraint on the ball of the pen - which didn't even appear on camera ;)
Curious to know ...when animating the Rain character, what kind of viewport FPS was avg? Currently I am with AV sync I can only get it to playback at 20 fps, no higher...no matter what options I change it. Changing the viewport rendering settings or sizes does seem to help either.
@Regi Ellis did you try to use simplify? under the render properties? putting the viewport max subdivision to 0 makes everything go faster