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27/01/2011 16:15:10

freakmoomin
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how the hell did you do that???

amazing
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27/01/2011 16:24:04

Emily
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I recorded the screen with Camtasia, and used the eye location attachment sliders to change the location of the eyes. The sliders were outwith the recorded area.

Plus a little bit of fiddling in Premiere
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13/11/2011 12:09:38

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Do you want your character to have a blank expression instead of grinning like a maniac?

Well, I have been playing around with muvizu (shock!) and discovered that if you wish to create a blank expression on a character when they are in the seated position use the "guitar idle" animation and if your character is standing then use "drums idle" and your character will suddenly lose all emotion until you decide otherwise by selecting a different animation.

Hurrah!

Cheers
D
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13/11/2011 12:45:03

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Dreeko - this is a top tip and something I will be using immediately.

Cheers
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13/11/2011 13:05:09

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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ukBerty wrote:
Dreeko - this is a top tip and something I will be using immediately.

Cheers



You are the very chap i had in mind when i discovered it!

Glad to help!
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13/11/2011 17:22:12

bigwallyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Dreeko wrote:
Do you want your character to have a blank expression instead of grinning like a maniac?

Well, I have been playing around with muvizu (shock!) and discovered that if you wish to create a blank expression on a character when they are in the seated position use the "guitar idle" animation and if your character is standing then use "drums idle" and your character will suddenly lose all emotion until you decide otherwise by selecting a different animation.

Hurrah!

Cheers
D


I've been doing this for a while now with using the keyboardist setting. Boy, I feel like a jerk for not saying anything. Good work, Dreeko. The guitar position works great!
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13/11/2011 17:36:19

mystoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Come to think of it I've been using this technique too and never thought about mentioning it. I have quite a few little things like this I do while animating that I don't even think about when I do them. I just do them without much thought as to what I did.

I'll have to start sharing my little tips and tricks with everyone. Good job Dreeko for pointing this tip out!

Toast
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13/11/2011 18:00:02

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Thankyou Dreeko! If only I'd known about this ages ago... Thumbs Up
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