#1 10-14-2017 5:18 pm

kamengtaiv
Registered: 08-06-2016
Posts: 28

Is Stewart rig considered as a low tier rig in animation?

Hello guys.
I've been recently trying to update my demo reel, wich consist of using Stewart, Norman and a Deadpool rig,
I've been recently wondering and worrying if Stewart is considered a low-tier beginner rig like Buckid, Floorsack, Fox ball and the ball with legs rig. Do you think he falls in that category, or not? Should i avoid using him for the next animation exercise?

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#2 10-15-2017 7:15 pm

visualbug
Registered: 07-04-2013
Posts: 27

Re: Is Stewart rig considered as a low tier rig in animation?

are you an animator or a rigger?

if you're an animator, the rig does not matter, your animation does.

create great animation and don't worry about the "category" of the rig.

wink

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#3 10-16-2017 5:22 am

kamengtaiv
Registered: 08-06-2016
Posts: 28

Re: Is Stewart rig considered as a low tier rig in animation?

Animator

Thanks for the reply, i hope that's true!

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#4 10-16-2017 9:18 pm

visualbug
Registered: 07-04-2013
Posts: 27

Re: Is Stewart rig considered as a low tier rig in animation?

Remember:

Disney's Nine Old Men - animated with pencil and paper
Stewart rig for body mechanics is great (AM rig)
stop worrying about it and start animating!

smile

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