iAnimate Games instructor, Richard Lico, shows "what its like to animate Quill" the hero from the PlayStation VR game Moss currently being developed. In this video Richard demonstrates a quick look around animation, with the opportunity to see some of the basics behind their Maya tools workflow. He says, "Lots of people have asked me how I go about creating animation for Quill, so I figured a quick glimpse would be a fun behind-the-scenes moment." Check out Richards bio page as well as our Game Animation workshops.
Richard Lico, one of our many talented Games animation instructor, left Bungie last year to join a start-up crew of former Bungie artist who formed Polyarc. This week at E3, they previewed their first title for the PlayStation's VR headset, Moss. Check out the trailer.
In our 31st podcast, we interviewed Bungie Principal Animator, Richard Lico. Richard was a Sr. Art Lead on Bungie’s recently anticipated title Destiny. This was Bungie’s first mutli-platform title release since having been exclusive with the Halo franchise, and Richard was a part of the project from its infancy. He was responsible for the overall character animation technology and working with the art director to set the animation vision on Destiny. He’s been in the game industry since 1999, and has a passion for animation and game design that definitely showed in the podcast!
We are proud to announce that iAnimate Instructors: Richard Lico, Simon Unger, Bennie Terry, David Hubert, and Jalil Sadool will be presenting at GDC (Game Developer Conference) in San Francisco, CA March 17-21, 2014.