Solid object motion can be simulated using the rigid body simulation. It has an effect on the location and orientation of objects without deforming them. Unlike the other Blender simulations, the rigid body simulation is more closely linked to the animation system.

Select "Plane" and then "Physics Properties" from the drop-down menu. Select Type as "Passive" under "Rigid Body." The plane is now anchored in space. Select the Cube and then choose "Physics Properties" from the drop-down menu. Select Type as "Active" under "Rigid Body."

Rigid body animation is a process of animating a non-living object, such as a car, by applying the principles of physics.

Rigging is the process of creating a skeleton of a character, and then attaching the appropriate muscles, joints, and other items to it.

  • Create a scene in Blender, add objects, and set up lights
  • Create a character, assign materials to it, and create joints for it
  • Create a skeleton for the character by adding bones and setting their lengths
  • Add constraints to the joints so they don't move too far
  • Add an armature to your skeleton so you can animate your character using inverse kinematics

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