RubberHose 2 - Tutorials

 

Clear your schedule, brew a pot of coffee and prepare to grow your character animation skills with these mind-diamonds (that, and a boat load of practice).

If you find (or create) some awesome training for RubberHose or animation in general, please share! adam@battleaxe.co

 

Ross Plaskow knows everything worth knowing. 

Masterclass in character design and rigging with RubberRig. Note: RubberRig came from observing Ross' workflow, because he's really good at this stuff.

 
 

Skeleton Rig

Kyle Martinez is a smart dude with a killer new way to work with Hoses. 

Originally shared at Blend Fest. Read on Medium.


Animation Principles

 
Great overview of walk poses, legs, arms, and some follow through with RubberHose.

Great overview of walk poses, legs, arms, and some follow through with RubberHose.

Get away from RubberHose (or any software for that matter) and learn walks from a traditional animator.

Get away from RubberHose (or any software for that matter) and learn walks from a traditional animator.

 
 
Read a book once in a while. The Animator's Survival Kit is the modern classic reference for walks and all the technical aspects of character animation. Buy it in paper or on the iPad.

Read a book once in a while. The Animator's Survival Kit is the modern classic reference for walks and all the technical aspects of character animation. Buy it in paper or on the iPad.

 

Process

Osmosis some wizardry into your brain through your eyeballs by watching unstoppable animators work. 


Version 1.0 training

A bunch of great updates have been made since the original RubberHose, but round out your understanding of the system with the bendy-line origin story.