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This is an old ar­ti­cle from 2013. I was a kid. I learned a lot since then, so please do think twice when tak­ing ad­vice from me as a kid.

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I have been cre­at­ing a Lego Minifig + Rig in Blender re­cent­ly.

Work­ing time

Mod­el­ling: ~4 hrs

Rig­ging: ~5 hrs

Weight Paint­ing Legs: ~4 hrs

Weight Paint­ing Oth­er: ~ 1 hr

To­tal: ~14  hrs


You may re­mem­ber the Lego Park­our An­i­ma­tion I up­load­ed to youtube quite a white ago (Jan­u­ary 2012). Back then I used a rig from blendswap by an us­er called hj­me­di­as­tu­dios.

While it was a de­cent and sim­ple rig, I did miss some fea­tures which would have helped quite a lot while an­i­mat­ing. So I cre­at­ed my own, which I will be able to mod­i­fy as I which and add new fea­tures to it when I find them nec­es­sary.

Oh, so this means, I am plan­ing an­oth­er Lego Park­our An­i­ma­tion? Yeah, I am.

Cur­rent Fea­tures

  • Arm/Leg IK/FK Slide­able
  • Ad­vanced Spline Rig

Fu­ture Fea­tures

There are some fea­tures I have in mind, which I did not have the time to im­ple­ment yet:

  • A tex­ture face rig
  • Neck rig
  • Fin­gers rig in­com­plete

I hope I will find some time to do some of these in the near fu­ture.

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