The Rigging Lead adds controls to digital characters. These controls are used to position, move, and pose the models. Rigging requires an understanding of anatomy and expression, and riggers work closely with animators to design a set of controls that support all of the desired range of poses and behaviors. Scripting is often used to construct more sophisticated rigs, so it is valuable for a rigger to have good programming skills. Find out more
The Rigging Lead is responsible for creation, revision, maintenance and support of the digital assets, responding to guidance and review notes from the Director as well as Creative and Technical Supervisors and Directors. Digital assets must meet standards and specifications with respect to appearance and aesthetics, user interface, performance, and robustness.