The layout is a lot like Anim8or, simple yet effective.
Tools for Figure Creator
Tools for Gm Animator
A couple notes for using this program
1: It's very fragile right now but if you experience any crashes please post the error message followed by whatever you where doing.
2: .obj and .bmp only, if for any reason you want me to try and change this let me know
3: This version of the program only supports 30 bones x 40 frames I can change this but it is a days worth of work, for whatever reason you want this bumped up to higher numbers please tell me why and i will seriously consider it
4: When adding objects to bones it first has to be rotated on the Y-Axis until the bottom looks as the front used to, Also 0,0,0 in anim8or is the exact spot the .obj will appear and be rotated from
5: Tutorials will be coming if you request one sooner i can try and hurry on the subject
6: If tampering with the scripts/codes and you find A: a solution to something B: a more efficient way to do something C: a neat trick for animating feel free to share it with me
7: I will be working on a more vigorous example with many features this program has within it so check back from time to time to see if you missed anything
8: Criticism is HIGHLY accepted on how to make this program easier to use
9: When rotating bones take note if you rotate the Z-Axis the X-Axis and the Y-Axis switch
10: There is a very weird glitch in where sometimes if you Add a new bone the bone will have the model of another bone previously created, thus deleting the old bone, if this happens, hit Undo, Save the figure, repeatedly hit add bone until this stops, Load the figure - I am working on this by the way
You can download the Gm Figure Creator, Gm Animator, and a Editable example showing how to use this the program in a game - DOWNLOAD HERE
Example Controls - W - walk forward - S - walk backwards
Filulilus - Mouse Targeting System
icuurd12b42 - Help along the way
Saijee - Help along the way
Master Xilo - D3d_model_load_ext
YellowAfterLife - Concept of Animation
Edit: Filepath error resolved.
Does anyone not understand how to use this program? If so tutorial coming soon.
Edited by briantrlov, 15 June 2012 - 04:47 AM.