How to create the slow motion punch from One PUnch Man
I know a lot of you are overwhelmed with the idea of making a whole anime and truth is you’ll probably have to do it all by yourself. You will not truly find artists to help you in your endeavor for the long haul.
But could you still make something cool to watch in a somewhat animated form? Why yes! Yes you can.
I have fun watching this guys videos of popular manga. You could do something like this and it still be watchable as an anime.
I love this anime and love how they have this great behind the scenes.
I found this over at Crunchy Roll. An American teaming up to make an Anime. Follow him as he works along with a production company to create an original anime.
Want to know how to make anime? Well check out how it is done. Watch it done here.
Just wanted to share this slick animation.
I love 3d animation. Especially some that does look 2d. I think it will get easier and better along the way.
Love this video that gives you a breakdown of One Punch Man.
So this was quite impressive.
They did this live. Now imagine if you applied this system applied to your animated characters. You could create an anime quite quickly.
Here is how to do it.
Personally I think you could use this for head animation and then use something else for the body like 3d cellshaded to match the head.
I keep up with this guy. If you want to animate please check out his free classes.