Formerly America's Best-Loved Unknown Cartoonist, now independently animating a feature film, "Sita Sings the Blues."
Stylized splash made in Moho.
Moho Pro drives me crazy sometimes, but things like the above are easy as pie. Easier than pie, even.
More Moho, which I like a lot more since abandoning “target bones”. I realize floaty dreamy movement is usually a rookie mistake, but in this case I’m trying to make the animals look floaty and dreamy. I actually need to make the deer and rhino more floaty and dreamy. The bear I have to make over from scratch.
What I’m learning in Moho Pro: Target Bones are more trouble than they’re worth. No target bones on this deer, less automation and more control.
More Moho Pro.
Bone rigging and animating in Moho Pro. I’m still new to these techniques and I have some bugs to work out. See Victor Paredes’s excellent tutorial on rigging and animating quadrupeds here.