Pixar in a Box
- Start here!
- Welcome to rigging
- 1. Rotate deformers
- Rigging rotation deformers
- 2. Translation deformers
- Rigging translation deformers
- 3. Scale deformers
- Create a younger model using scaling
- 4. Putting everything together
- Rigging scaling deformers
- Bonus: Animate a rigged character
- 5. Make a face
- Rigging Knick's face
- Getting to know Brian Green
Getting to know Brian Green
Find out what makes Brian tick.
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- How do you build a Tesla Coil on your backyard? And does it actually roasts Marshmallows?!(20 votes)
- it'll roast them, but you have to be careful and precice when trying it out(2 votes)
- What's it like working at pixar? Do you get to vote on the next movie you'll make or is it a look and see type thing?(10 votes)
- The transcript is screwed up, just to let you all know.(8 votes)
- If you go in Settings-Subtitle/CC (6) English, you can change to English-Default and that will make the transcript show.
Have a GREAT DAY! i(^-^)i(4 votes)
- Who thinks this should have been the first thing?(9 votes)
- How long does the rigging process generally take?(5 votes)
- I work on this kind of stuff, and it really all depends on the complexity of the character.
Really, for something like Sully, if you rig him professionally, from head to toe, it can take any where from a couple weeks to a couple months. That's if you work full time.(6 votes)
- The Ending - When I Drop My Food On The Floor EEEEE ;^;(6 votes)
- I like Brian Green's drawing. They r amazing!(4 votes)
- them: don't try this at home
me: clicks off tries it :)(4 votes)
- Same though. I now have a marshmallow cooking machine in my backyard :}(3 votes)
- How did this go from stone carvings to TESLA COILS ?(5 votes)
- why is the video loading so slow(2 votes)
yeah, so, early, early on - I grew up my dad didn't believe in having a TV in the house because he didn't want me to waste my time watching Saturday-morning cartoons But I love cartoons! The penmanship and craftsmanship was incredible So that was the inspiration and it also became entertainment for me So I just love to just, you know spend my time drawing. > Do you have any examples that we can- Do you have any pictures or anything of that early artwork? > I could! Yeah, I have artwork at home that I can dig up and that's you know, I'll be embarrassed to show. But I'll show it regardless, 'cause you're all my friends out there. No, art is one of those things you all start from a place of being- feeling sensitive about it, but you just keep doing it, and you enjoy it and you get better at it One of those things that fulfills itself. Oh! I- I built my own computer when I was about 12 or 13. Australia was going to dominate the computer industry with a computer called the Microbee, so I went ahead and made this Microbee, and then Because I could program, I could actually create characters from it So one of the big gaming systems back then was called Aliens, so one of the first programs I created was these aliens going across the screen and you could shoot 'em, and we used a thing called