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Named after the founder of our college, Cogswell is a fantasy creature designed for our Advanced Quadruped Animation course. Featuring a large wingspan and a long tail, Cogswell gives us believable weight, behavior, and aerial motion.
Female counterpart to Henry and just as fun to animate, Caroline features similar facial and bendy controls.
Named after our founder Henry Cogswell, this biped rig features full facial controls, personality, and fun bendy controls.
Designed for our Advanced Quadruped Animation course, Toothy combines detailed facial controls with a flexible spine giving us a wide range of motion and subtle acting.
Thunder introduces animal locomotion to our Quadruped Animation courses. With realistic proportions Thunder offers our students opportunity to animate based on real world kinematics.
A realistic Bull Terrier, Snowy is a versatile rig that could be any animators best friend. Snowy is utilized for multiple levels of animation courses that we offer.
Created for our beginning Animation courses, Daniel is a biped rig designed for ease of learning human body mechanics.
As Daniel's female counterpart, Goldie adds sparkle to any shot. Its also safe to assume that she's a Niners fan.
A ball with wings, Flappy introduces our students to the fundamentals of aerial motion.
A ball with character, Chippy has a long tail and a flexible body which makes it easy to learn the basic Principles of Animation.
Chubby features a springy body and limited facial controls. His long ears give students the opportunity to animate overlapping.
A ball that is light on its feet, Leggy encompasses a classic ball bounce and basic biped motion.