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Character Animation DVD (2008)
27th May 2016
Good posing is a fundament of animation. Here are some great tips on how to sketch and plan your poses on paper, and how to implement them in Blender.
Running time: 16 min
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1st August 2016 - 10:46
This is a cool series. I only find two flies in the ointment: first: the audio really isn't very good, all the changes in volume. I did not mind too much up to here, but in the first third of this part there are two audio tracks which distracted me quite a bit. The second thing is: I find the organization of the lessons a bit confusing, going from complex matters to simpler ones, as far as I can tell yet. But that's probably just me.
I really do love the fact that there is a tutorial series on animation on the cloud, something I was really hyped for ever since watching humane rigging. Also the work flow stuff is solid gold.
Are you planing on maybe doing the odd tutorial on cycles render setup? That would be so cool! I did find some stuff on the web, but some explanation on what all the values do would be so useful. I don't like tutorials along the line of "put A into B and see" so much, I like to understand the process. That's why I feel the cloud tutorials are so great. Thanks.
23rd July 2017 - 11:19
Line of action was a bit vague. Not seeing a wrong vs write line of action made it a bit hard to understand.