fbpx . Five or six years ago this certainly wasn’t the case. But noodle arms aren't always right for every project.. Styling a hose has been a main function of the RubberHose system since version 1.It is now possible to achieve much more complex styles.Save your hard work as a preset file that can be applied to other hoses and shared with your team, or with users … v2 of rubber hose will let you use your own artwork. We heard good things about Limber in the twitterverse so we decided to give it a twirl ourselves. Can’t recommend it enough. With this unique feature it certainly feels like you have more time to animate. Limber is a fantastic plug-in that allows you to setup rigs much more quickly and efficiently. We now have a variety of big hitters such as Rubberhose and Duik. Also, if you have customized a limb and wish to create another in the same style, it is very easy to duplicate in Limber. It’s probably helpful to note that this feature isn’t supported in AE CC2017 and earlier. When you are happy with your keyframes you can then swap in your customised limb with the same keyframes. The new VICTAS VS > 401 rubber offers the perfect balance between a tacky control rubber and a variable offensive rubber. Here's a promotional vid about the Victas rubbers, not a bad one... but not much useful information: There's a topic here on OOAK about the VS>401. Duik just isn’t the same. A member of another forum played with it and was mighty impressed. When it comes to animating Limbs in After Effects we are now overwhelmed with plug-ins that can do a fantastic job very quickly. I want something that is easy and fast to use. Currently, the best air hose is the Blubird BB3835. I wonder if it' actually tacky (ie sticky) or just another word to describe high grip? © 2020 No Magnolia. This reduces your limb to a path based bone that you can animate. I prefer duik in general, I only used rubberhose in a recent project because I wanted a specific style for the legs and arms. google_ad_width = 728; Ah, here it is: I've heard really great things about the V>01. We instantly noticed that it’s crazy quick and easy to setup a new limb (only two-clicks) and all of the customizable options are readily available in the effect controls panel. If rubber hose will do what you want then get it, i remember it being a little too cartoony in the ad. Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 18 guests, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Group,


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I plan to use just normal objects. DUIK also allows you to use shape layers for easier rigging, if you don't want to import images as parts of the arm/leg and line them up. VAT ID GB932898576. Don't want to see any advertising? Each limb uses three layers (Two control handles and the shape layer) but we soon discovered that you can add extra shape layers into the main shape layer group so you can soon find yourself creating a complicated rig setup and still only using three layers. Some things I plan to create:-A sandwich that magically grows legs and starts running.-A cucumber that does the same. Other features worth noting are that it supports an anti-pop feature to stop any popping of the limbs. In the past I used Rubberhose to quickly setup customizable limbs for character animation. Sometimes I use duik, sometimes rubberhose. When you are happy with your keyframes you … Duik or Rubber Hose? No Magnolia Productions Ltd is registered in England & Wales no. This reduces your limb to a path based bone that you can animate. We started using the trial version that has a 7 day limit, however we soon purchased multiple licenses of Limber at the affordable price of $24.99. Become a member and login, and you'll never see an ad again! google_ad_client = "ca-pub-5169084060799506"; Become a member and login, and you'll never see an ad again! RubberHose introduced a whole new way to create characters using shape layer paths. I know you can't download a trial version of RubberHose but if you're familiar with it already, why not download the trial version of Limber and see for yourself how they compare. //-->. Five or six years ago this certainly wasn’t the case. But noodle arms aren't always right for every project.. Styling a hose has been a main function of the RubberHose system since version 1.It is now possible to achieve much more complex styles.Save your hard work as a preset file that can be applied to other hoses and shared with your team, or with users … v2 of rubber hose will let you use your own artwork. We heard good things about Limber in the twitterverse so we decided to give it a twirl ourselves. Can’t recommend it enough. With this unique feature it certainly feels like you have more time to animate. Limber is a fantastic plug-in that allows you to setup rigs much more quickly and efficiently. We now have a variety of big hitters such as Rubberhose and Duik. Also, if you have customized a limb and wish to create another in the same style, it is very easy to duplicate in Limber. It’s probably helpful to note that this feature isn’t supported in AE CC2017 and earlier. When you are happy with your keyframes you can then swap in your customised limb with the same keyframes. The new VICTAS VS > 401 rubber offers the perfect balance between a tacky control rubber and a variable offensive rubber. Here's a promotional vid about the Victas rubbers, not a bad one... but not much useful information: There's a topic here on OOAK about the VS>401. Duik just isn’t the same. A member of another forum played with it and was mighty impressed. When it comes to animating Limbs in After Effects we are now overwhelmed with plug-ins that can do a fantastic job very quickly. I want something that is easy and fast to use. Currently, the best air hose is the Blubird BB3835. I wonder if it' actually tacky (ie sticky) or just another word to describe high grip? © 2020 No Magnolia. This reduces your limb to a path based bone that you can animate. I prefer duik in general, I only used rubberhose in a recent project because I wanted a specific style for the legs and arms. google_ad_width = 728; Ah, here it is: I've heard really great things about the V>01. We instantly noticed that it’s crazy quick and easy to setup a new limb (only two-clicks) and all of the customizable options are readily available in the effect controls panel. If rubber hose will do what you want then get it, i remember it being a little too cartoony in the ad. Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 18 guests, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Group,

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