Dragon 52f Flight Cycle

About this animation...

This animation i did while teaching my students in a two hour lesson. I thought it would be nice if you would like to learn more about flight to be able to use this as a reference for your own animations. Please don’t copy this work and claim it as your own.

The rig is not mine, it was created by Troung and is available for free to download from his website. The original post is here….

*This was animated in Maya 2017

Download Dragon 52f Flight Cycle

Doberman Dog 22 frame walk cycle

About this animation...

I thought it would be nice for the youngsters of today to have a scene animated by a professional of something as complex as a realistic quadruped walk cycle. This one is running at the standard 22 frames but if you select all the controllers you can scale the walk however you wish.

The rig is not mine, it was created by Ram Krish and is available for free to download from Creativecrash.com The original post is here….

I hope this helps you in whatever project you are doing. Please note if you use this walk cycle make sure to credit where necessary. Have a little respect.

*This was animated in Maya 2013

Quadruped 36 frame walk cycle

About this animation...

Here is another quadruped walk cycle except that this one is slower and running at 36 frames. It is more of a panther type walk cycle. I use this rig often and it is very simple to use.

The rig is not mine, it  is available for free to download from Creativecrash.com The original post is here….

I hope this helps you in whatever project you are doing. Please note if you use this walk cycle make sure to credit where necessary. Have a little respect. The rig is called Houdini.

*This was animated in Maya 2013

Biped Monty 32 frame walk cycle

About this animation...

This is the Monty 32 frame walk cycle. I created it for my students using the free monty rig. It is so simple to use and worth having a peek at how the curves flow into eachother to create a nice loop.

The rig is not mine, it  is available for free to download from Creativecrash.com The original post is here….

I hope this helps you in whatever project you are doing. Please note if you use this walk cycle make sure to credit where necessary. Have a little respect. The rig is called Monty.

*This was animated in Maya 2013

T-Rex 42 frame walk cycle

About this animation...

This is the T-Rex walk cycle. It is slower because a Trex is very heavy, or was very heavy. Therfore more time is needed to show the weight of the character. I hope you enjoy this animation scene.

The rig is not mine, it  is available for free to download from Creativecrash.com The original post is here….

I hope this helps you in whatever project you are doing. Please note if you use this walk cycle make sure to credit where necessary. Have a little respect. The rig is called DinoRig.

*This was animated in Maya 2013

Snook Fish Advanced Skeleton Rig - Animated

About this animation...

This is a small animation using the awesome Advanced Skeleton Rig called Snook. The fish itself is pretty great and has a lot of facial features to play with. This is just an animated cycle of the fish swimming realistically.

The rig is not mine, it  is available for free to download from here….

I hope this helps you in whatever project you are doing. Please note if you use this walk cycle make sure to credit where necessary. Have a little respect. The rig is called Snook.

*This was animated in Maya 2013

Eagle 35 Frame flying Cycle

About this animation...

This one is of a Bald Eagle. No idea why it’s called a bald eagle as it is not bald but hey. The cycle itself is 35 frames but you can select all the controllers and adjust it however you wish. I would not advise using the IK mode on the wings stick to FK. Just stick it on a path to fly around your scene.The rig is not mine, it  is available for free to download from Creativecrash.com The original post is here….

I hope this helps you in whatever project you are doing. Please note if you use this walk cycle make sure to credit where necessary. Have a little respect. The rig is called Bald Eagle.

*This was animated in Maya 2013

Caveman 36 Frame Walk Cycle

About this animation...

This is a walk cycle using Austin Broders caveman. I animated it in about an hour. It is pretty awesome and shows a lot of weight. Something you newbies should really focus on. It’s not perfect but you can have fun with this animation.
The rig is not mine, it was created by Austin Broder and is available for free to download from Creativecrash.com The original post is here….

I hope this helps you in whatever project you are doing. Please note if you use this walk cycle make sure to credit where necessary. Have a little respect. The rig is called Caveman.

*This was animated in Maya 2013

Aquatic Character Pack.
Included in this pack are the following.

Cartoon Crab
Cartoon Whale
Cartoon Dolphin
Cartoon Shark
Cartoon Jellyfish
Cartoon Manta Ray – Rigged
Cartoon Puffer Fish – Rigged
Cartoon Frog – Rigged
Cartoon Angler fish – Rigged

All models were built in 3ds max but a lot of them have .fbx and all have .obj format should you need them to be imported into other software packages. The angler fish has now been built also in Maya so you have the best of both worlds if you want to focus on this cool character. The textures however are just shaders running complicated levels in some cases and these will not transfer through to Maya.

All characters are set up to render in Vray.
The scenes themselves are simple studio lighting scenes that are all included in each model pack. If you would like to see more images of one of the characters to convince you of how great a deal this is then head on over to Wobblefin Studios profile and look for that specific character.

All together these characters bought separately would cost you more than 500 Dollars so hopefully you can see the value in buying the pack itself! You will save over 200 Dollars!

Any comments welcome. Or you can just say thanks!

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Subject

Your Message

Please copy the image below
captcha

Input the image you see above in the box provided below before sending your message.