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Re-release: little_fellaX rig.


Michael Tieleman aka. Freakydude, has re-release an updated version of his Little Fella rig.

He's added:

  • Very nice posability,
  • FK/IK switch panel
  • facial animation rig
  • All control bones have their local Z-axis pointing upwards, convenient and uniform when tweaking IPO curves.
  • Lip syncing shape keys set named after the default papagayo phoneme set
  • multiple mat ID's to quickly alter the appearance of the entire character.
  • Separate UV's:
    • one for the whole body
    • a smaller one for adding logo's to his upper arms (shoulder pad kinda thing), torso and back. Useful for games or something

Noteworthy changes since the last version:

  • More pivots in the foot: ball, heel and toes.
  • Better control overall
  • Lots of new facial expressions possible
  • A lot less cluttering set of control objects



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  2. WOOT!
    Hey thanks guys, I'm glad this is catching on. Feel free to see how it was made and use some of it's features.
    And I'm rather glad with the blendernation article, thanks Tim, I wasn't really expecting it anymore. I heard it from a friend yesterday evening.
    The site will have some updates in the future with some tutorials.

    And if I happen to post here again later today claiming : "I'm gonna rock pixar" or something similar, it's not me, it's our IT systemmanager who was smart enough to let me know he plans on pulling such a joke on me now that my rig got "blendernationed"

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