Digital-Tutors – Transforming Robot Production Pipeline Volume 6 – Rigging

Digital-Tutors – Transforming Robot Production Pipeline Volume 6 – Rigging

English | VP6, 1280*720 pixels, 16:9, 15 fps, 1000 Kbit/s | MP3, 44.1 KHz, 96.0 Kbps, Mono | 3.35 GB
6 hrs. 49 min. | April 1, 2012 | Autodesk Maya | Author: Delano Athias

In this tutorial, we will learn the methods that were used to rig the transforming robot. Throughout these lessons, we will learn the tools and techniques used in the setup process of both our robot and truck. The goal is to break this complex idea down into a simple, and manageable form. We’ll cover the rigging process in its entirety, and along this journey, we’ll be introduced to several tools that will help make this all come together efficiently. By the end of the course, you’ll have the set of skills needed to rig your own transforming robot.

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Download Links:- 6 Rigging.part01.rar 6 Rigging.part02.rar 6 Rigging.part03.rar 6 Rigging.part04.rar 6 Rigging.part05.rar 6 Rigging.part06.rar 6 Rigging.part07.rar 6 Rigging.part08.rar 6 Rigging.part09.rar





5 thoughts on “Digital-Tutors – Transforming Robot Production Pipeline Volume 6 – Rigging

  1. Thanks for this man!.. but can you please upload again part 7 of rapidgator?.. it syas the file not found.


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