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Rigging is a technique used in skeletal animation for representing a 3D character model using a series of interconnected digital bones. Specifically, rigging refers to the process of creating the bone structure of a 3D model. This bone structure is used to manipulate the 3D model like a puppet for animation. Adding bones will allow any object to be animated freely.
Seeing a need for more personal instruction and training to elevate the skills of character technical artists, they created Rigging Dojo. The three founders are actively working in production and as educators. We do what we teach and teach what we do. We all have worked together and with clients both on-site and remotely from all over the world. With years of teaching and training experience, including college level courses, short form masterclasses and in-house production training, our experiences make us a uniquely valuable source of knowledge for both amateurs as well as industry professionals.
We are actively involved in the creation, advising and testing of many cutting edge applications for the entertainment industry.
Our involvement in web forums and user communities have allowed us to provide help, tools and critiques to artists around the world. This has also contributed to our passion to teach and to improve techniques and technology for our industry. Our expansive connectedness throughout the industry allows us to gain and share knowledge from people in different studios, as well as be able to recommend Rigging Dojo students when it comes to hiring.
Our history of combined experience make the knowledge of rigging and technical art accessible to those who want to grow their skills or learn new ones. He has also mentored apprentices at Reel FX, and is constantly training and working with multiple departments to improve production speed and workflows. Before Reel FX, Josh has worked in the game industry at KingsIsle Entertainment on an MMO project developing the character pipeline and acting as the bridge between artists and programmers.
Over the years, he has developed good relationships across the industry while rigging and consulting for clients such as Megasquad, Gentle Giant Studios, Lockheed Martin, Synergy Productions, and Motus Digital. Josh continues his drive for pushing technology, techniques, and has a vision to share that knowledge with others. His career has taken him around the globe: from Florida to the Philippines, from Texas to New Zealand. Brad taught animation, character design and setup classes at Full Sail, trained 2D animators on Softimage in Manila and headed up internal training on motion capture, character rigging and scripting for artists while with Acclaim Studios, Austin.
Brad has twice been an instructor for the Conceptart. During his work with Disney, Brad designed and built the Epic Mickey character rig and evaluated and helped guide the engine animation requirements needed to meet the extreme demands of the design. Brad is currently a Character Art and Technology Consultant actively working with several next generation rigging and animation software projects, character specialist for Motus Digital , Mentor and Lead Studio trainer at Rigging Dojo.
You can find out more detail about Brad on LinkedIn. Chad Moore: About 20 years ago, Chad started as a 3D animator, and grew tired of fighting against the technology. He learned how to rig models so that they could animate better, and found that he was better at that than animating.
He came aboard to teach animation and rigging to the Motion Capture group. The goal was to improve the aesthetics of the emerging technology. While at SCEA he helped make a lot of games and game cinematics too. His focus was the discipline of Technical Art. In a nutshell, Tech Art is the overlap in the venn diagram of the art, design, and engineering departments. Game Development tools are hard to use, especially for non-technical users. By making these tools and processes less technical, and easier to use, artists do what they do best.
Which is to create. Every second you save an artist with a technical task is saved in orders of magnitude. He enjoys teaching, coaching, and mentoring people in the spaces where art, design, and development overlap.
He lives on the Seacoast of New Hampshire with his wife and two children.
Inspired 3d Advanced Rigging and Deformations. There are many books in the world that can improve our knowledge. This book gives the reader new knowledge and experience. This online book is made in simple word. It makes the reader is easy to know the meaning of the contentof this book.
Author Brad Clark is an award-winning artist and animator whose experience ranges from modeling and rigging for television and video games to editing motion.
More than just a step-by-step tutorial on rigging in Maya, "Inspired 3D Advanced Rigging and Deformations" helps you develop the skills you need to successfully manage your rigging process from start to finish. Thanks to Chad and Josh and our group of friends and family that helped make it a reality. Thanks to the students for registering, really there would be no school with out students. I don't know this person but the rigging on the bird is great and he has some other MotionBuilder tutorials.
Seeing a need for more personal instruction and training to elevate the skills of character technical artists, they created Rigging Dojo. The three founders are actively working in production and as educators. We do what we teach and teach what we do.
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The rigging process is crucial to modern 3D animation.