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Mar-Rey Sue, CrazyTalk Animator 3, G3 Character, Now Available for Your Next Star Wars Parody

Mar-Rey Sue - Ideal for your next
'Force Awakens/Last Jedi' parody.
Desert Scavenger, Mar-Rey Sue, is now available to buy in my Reallusion Marketplace store for your next CrazyTalk Animator 3 Star Wars parody (or any desert based animation really).

The character is a single side angle, G3 character that comes with a range of options and accessories.

Features include:
  • Two Face Sprites - Remove Mar-Rey's goggles and head scarf to reveal her hair.
     
  • Robe Accessory (Optional) - Add Mar-Rey's free flowing lower robe to your animation for extra impressive animated detail (entirely optional. She still looks great if you don't include her robes). This accessory is a six boned spine actor that works well with 'waving in the wind' motions for spine actors - or manually key frame its animation yourself. Link the robe to the character's upper thigh bone and it will move with her automatically. All you have to do is animate how it reacts to her movement.
     
  • Quarter Staff and Light Saber weapons included - Everything Mar-Rey needs to fight off desert villainy or to practice her Jedi swordsmanship. The Light Saber includes both on and off states. Link these to her hands (or link the off state Light Saber to her belt/hip) and they'll move with her automatically.
     
  • Additional Left and Right hand props - Mar-Rey has two additional hand sprites included in her character rig that allow her to hold both her weapons however, if you need one hand behind a weapon and one in front, the additional hand props will let you achieve that with ease. Just select the weapon holding hand sprite you need in the character rig, then match the separate hand sprite to it, layered in front of the weapon. Link to the original hand bone and you're good to go.
Mar-Rey Sue comes with Light Saber and Quarter Staff,
and her head gear can be removed to show her hair.

Although Mar-Rey Sue is intended to be a Star Wars parody character her unique art style should make her feel right at home in any animation that requires a desert nomad/scavenger type character.

Watch the videos below for more information about the character and to see her in motion. Purchase Mar-Rey Sue from my Reallusion Marketplace Store.




Comments

  1. Great job! Also, love your work with the monkey's! On a complete separate topic I'm Curious to know what video editing software you would recommend. I am currently looking at final cut pro x and adobe premier pro.

    Love your blog and hope to see more of your work in the cta marketplace!

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