In today’s tutorial you’ll learn how to rig a stock fish model using a basic bone setup and just how easily it can be animated using the awesome free "Spring Magic" script. From there it's onto creating a school of fish using Particle flow, offsetting the animations, lighting and finally rendering out the animation in preparation for final compositing and color correction into live action footage with the help of After Effects.
Additional Files/ Plugins:
- Download the Video Background Footage
- Download the Fish Model (Free)
- Download the Spring Magic Script (Free)
Use the link below to download this tutorial for offline viewing.
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