Casper, on Apr 5 2008, 03:46 PM, said:
Hey guys....I'm looking to create a log of techniques for learning/teaching. Ideally, I'd love to find some software that will allow me to position two figures (tori/uke) into varying positions - grips, foot movement, judo stuff...so that I can break down techniques into small movements...and a series of small movements to create full techniques. Hope that makes sense.
I googled and found an app or two designed for creating dance and/or cheereading routines..that might work. But I would like to know if anyone has found/used something else? Any free s/w would be even better!
As much as I know, there are good free programs that make what you want (to position two figures into varying positions), some of them are powerful 3D programs (like GMAX) and others are pretty simple 2D editors., but none of them present "J#&363;dō ready to use" characters.
You would have to create them by yourself.
As for me, I create my own figures drawing them by hand, pass them through scanner and edit the final result to adapt the pics in order to fit my necessities.