Something for the weekend end

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Something for the weekend end

Post by arfur9 » 2017-03-04, 14:28

One of the users of Game Guru did this, I find it very inspiring, I'd imagine he's used a Thriller BVH also a script to make the timing differ between the characters (which is available in lua)
https://vimeo.com/206646983
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Re: Something for the weekend end

Post by Carsten » 2017-03-06, 10:19

Funny.
It must have been quite an effort to record the entire animation sequence...
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Re: Something for the weekend end

Post by arfur9 » 2017-03-06, 10:51

I think he used Adobe FUSE or BVH's from someone like TrueBones who using an XBox with tracking software.. sadly Truebones seems to have gone due to some sort of witch hunt, I'm not sure what's going on there
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