I turned the things I made into swap sets. There were some complications so I had to redo some rigging.
In this lesson I learned how to work with layers, edit graphics, and type on a path in Indesign. I simply followed the instructions, doing what it said. I struggled a little with getting through this just because of all the little things to do, even though they weren’t hard.
Today I made some assets to turn into swaps in Character Animator, and I added some shadow. I’ll work on it more after school, as I still need to refine some of the details on my character, make the swapping work in Ch, and work on the rest of the project. I still need to make the script and background, which will likely be homework for me.
Today I made a hand shape. It took longer than expected, but now that I have the hang of it, I should be able to make more much quicker. I still need to make sitting poses, but I’ll be staying after school to work on this.
I finished making each mouth shape. I’m going to work on hand poses and different sitting positions.
Today I focused on making mouth shapes. I plan on continuing at home, or at least working on other parts of the project while at home.
I’ve started rigging my character, and making sure my layers are categorized and named correctly. I haven’t made the mouths or expressions yet, but I want to at least ensure I have the basics done. I’ll move onto the finer details after.
I’m almost done with the character. Just making its eyes now. Will work on some expressions next. I divided up the legs so it’s all not one big mass.
Working on things like the hair and legs.
Steady progress in making my character. Adding details and various things as I go along. I might break up the pants into more seperate pieces to help myself further down the line. And I need to add the hair.