Monday, January 17, 2011
12: Character T Pose
So we are now getting ready to build an articulate character. One that can walk and talk. To achieve this, first design a character and draw him in the "T" pose with a front and side view. The "T" is a standard pose for a biped character. The arms are not straight out, but slightly bent downwards and the feet are not quite together but set slightly apart with the toes pointing slightly outward in an at ease stance. I have taken the liberty of creating this "T" posed character to make it easy for those who don't draw yet. Just right mouse click the image and choose save image as. You will use both the Front and Side views in Blender to load in this image to use as a reference image. If you have forgotten how this is done go to lesson 7 and follow the tutorial.