ALL tutorials make me sleepy. Anyways, the Blender 2.8 Fundamentals youtube videos cover much concisely with important premises. I might *gasp* PAY for their Grease Pencil series afterwards, but first I'll reimplement my flat cartoon vector workflow from AfterEffects. Shape key tools for curves aren't a clear analogue re timeline, might be cramped, so I might often swap out fresh clones. Vitally, I must learn about changing/animating the origins of objects. Hope the series covers that!
I will be finishing my viewing of #Inuyasha tonight. Can't wait to see how it ends!
Let's start a book recommendation thread! Whatever kind of art you make, what's a book or two that's been really helpful for what you make?
I've learned so much from books, and this one is a real gem for animators. It's called The Illusion of Life Disney Animation, and it's by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, two masters of hand drawn animation from Disney.
It's a major resource for everything around animation, and the history of it from about 1920-1980.
It's #inktober time again! The colour of this is so much prettier irl because I can't colour correct scans to save my life...
Hello there! Call me CAB. I'm a storyboard and concept artist, as well as animator. I'm passionate about animation and visual storytelling. In general I love story and character.
I currently work in commercials, but my goal is to board for cartoons.
Feel free to say hi! 😆
2nd japanese animated short film for Tokyo 2020 Olympics, this time for the Paralympic Games.
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Producer of Space Base 8 and in-production Mount Lowe.
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