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Hey guys! Meet Pixo Jr. 2! Hes a joint project by animators Amrit Derhgawen and Alex Crouch.
Inspired by Pixars Luxo, Pixo will help animators practice animation
principles, such as timing, weight, spacing, phrasing, and overlapping.
Pixos simple, so you can do basic animations without being distracted
by a whole lot of gadgets and gizmos that get in the way.
Improvements in version 2:
The improvements are the following:
Combined separate head translate and head rotate controls into a single translation/rotation control, renamed it "HeadCTRL"
Combined separate base translate and head rotate controls into a single translation/rotation control, renamed it "BaseCTRL"
Eliminated the arrow thing above the lamp control and made a Hide/Show switch on the main character control
Entire rig is now scalable from the main character control