Chapter 12. Interfaces for Your Faces
Since the first edition of Stop Staring hit the shelves, to my surprise, the "Osipa" setup, where you use a collection of multidirectional sliders to control facial shapes, has actually become a well-known entity in 3D, and I can spend a whole lot less time explaining that concept again here and more time on the new nifty ways to create, collect, and tweak setups. If you are the impatient type and want to just skip all the talk and slap a control scheme on your face, you can jump all the way to the end of the chapter and find the section called "The 'Just Do This' Part."
Using expressions to animate
Prep work for your own setup
Sharing control schemes
The "just do this" part
Using Expressions ...
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