It’s not too late to wish you an happy 2020!
Here is a quick review of my 2019, as I did last year.
Grease Pencil training
Rigging for ‘Criquet de La Crau’
Animation initiation in Blender
I taught rigging and animation initiation in Blender, at the University of Cergy Pontoise, as part of the license professionnelle Infographie: patrimoine, visualisation et modélisation 3D
Human and bird rigs
I made, for the studio from Bordeaux Un je ne sais quoi, 2 rigs, one for a human character, the other for a bird, all for a game project. Here is a trailer:
I talked, as part of GrafikLabor 2019. This conference dealt with the exchange of animation data between Blender and Godot (notably thanks to the glTF format).
I was lucky to be able to be hired by Airbus Defense & Space, where I had previously been a subcontractor. I would like to take this opportunity to remind you that everything on this site is only mine, and is not related to the activities I do for Airbus :)
Since 2010, I teach Blender in INSA, an engineer school.
Capitole du Libre
I gave a conference during the Capitole du libre which talked about the glTF format for data exchange between Blender and Godot.
Rig pour Polycake Collective
I made a rough sketch rig for the collective Polycake Collective (with whom I had already worked last year on the short film Another). Due to lack of time (and skill in the face rigging part), I had to stop my work along the way.
Like last year, unfortunately, due to lack of time, I didn’t work so much on my addons. I have however started, for some of them, the conversion to version 2.80
I worked, throughout the year, on the import (then on the import / export) of glTF 2.0 format in Blender. I talked about it mid-year in this article. Since then, a lot has been done on export (in particular on the rigging & animation part), to bring it to a suitable level.
Et ensuite ?
2019 was not an easy year! What does 2020 hold in store for us? Difficult to say at the moment, even if currently, I wish to take a step back, to rest a little bite. The previous years have all been exciting, but I think I also have to think about my health and my family.
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