Animating Baymax Using The Cinema 4D Pose Morph Tag

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In this tutorial, I follow up on how I animated Baymax from Big Hero 6 in my Cinema 4D Jiggle Deformer tutorial by using the Pose Morph Tag. If you’re not familiar with the Pose Morph Tag, be sure to check out my previous Pose Morph tutorial on how it can be used to morph between objects. In this tutorial, I’ll go over applying the Pose Morph tag, setting up your poses and then how to blend between the poses. Finally, I’ll show you how I used the Smooth Deformer to relax some of the geometry as well as Jiggle Deformers for some finishing touches.

Watch the full tutorial and download the Baymax Cinema 4D character rig file below.  Be sure to share with me whatever cool new dance moves you have Baymax learn by animating him using the Pose Morph tag!

Download Animated Baymax Character Rig Cinema 4D Scene File

Tutorial:

Watch my Pose Morph Tutorial to learn how to use the Pose Morph to morph between object states.

And if you want to learn more about how to use Cinema 4D in your 2D workflow, check out my Mixing 2D & 3D with Cinema 4D & After Effects Lynda.com course where I go over some creative ways to use the tools in C4D for a mainly 2D workflow inside of After Effects.

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10 thoughts on “Animating Baymax Using The Cinema 4D Pose Morph Tag

  1. Awesome tut man as usual! Nice Rig. Would like to see how it works on a facial rig for Lipsync and expressions.

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