Yesterday I rigged and skinned my entire character. I hate skinning more than anything, but I did learn a few things that I didn't know before. I used character studio as the skeleton of my character. I had to re-size a few bones to fit my characters proportions. The coat was special to skin. I had to make new "bones" just for the end-part of the coat so I could control how it moves.
Today I tweaked the skinning of my character. There where a few vital vertexes that needed to be fixed. As of the rest of the day I spent time thinking about how my scene would look like. I started working on the items right away when I found out what kind of a scene I wanted for my character. The scene is on a table with sewing items like pin and thread, needle pillow and candle stand. Remember this all takes place at the start of 1920's so it had to look kinda old.
Tomorrow I will finish up my project. Or rather I will try to be finished. When I'm done I have to jump right back to Oblig1 and draw the two remaining drawings. One of them needs to be in a 3/4 perspective view and the other is a drawing where my character is in a pose that describes him. The last one requires color.