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we can express so much emotion through our bodies but I really love using rigging to make expressive faces it is fascinating to learn about how faces display emotions or ideas there's so much detail in every expression in our next exercise we've got a rig a snowman face and we need some new deformers to do that first let's add a directional scale a directional scale allows us to scale in just one direction if you scale the hat to use in scale way you'll get a taller hat that looks like a top hat if you scale the face of scale X you will get a wider face we also need shear deformers XI performance is similar to directional scales in the sense that they work in a specific direction we also have our set of rotates and translates and scales that we already used just as before you should work rough define with rotating the head to begin with and then translating and rotating the hat remember the order of your deformers matters so test your controls as you work when you finish rigging the head move on to the next lesson where you learn to write code to make your own character you