Rigging a Face in Maya
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 2:38:15 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 543.5 MB

Robust facial rigs are vital to character expression and a natural and necessary addition to any stable body rig. There are two primary approaches to facial rigging: shapes and joint-based setups. Blend shapes are typically not supported by gaming engines, so it's important to learn both approaches. This course shows how to use each method to build facial controls that are versatile and easy to use. Jason Baskin shows how to use blend shapes to control expressions, and create a library of morph targets with the Cluster and Lattice tools and the Wrap and Wire deformers. Then learn how to connect eyes, eyelids, and other features to GUI controls that animators can use to manipulate the character's expressions however they like. Last, Jason explores a joint-based approach that allows you to sculpt the underlying facial structure before attaching it to the final mesh.

Topics include:
Understanding morph targetsUsing Soft Select, Artisan Sculpt tools, and symmetry optionsSplitting symmetrical shapes into asymmetrical pairsConnecting eye rotation to the GUIWorking with eyelids, using blend shapes or fan jointsCreating a basic UI controlConnecting controlsOrienting joints and creating a support structureAttaching joints to the support structureBinding joints to the final meshBalancing shape fidelity with rig density and usability
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