I thought this was a great little nifty tool that you can possibly combine with the Spine animation tool and make a cool looking anime. Great for if you have some slight drawing inability. This can help you out alot.
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You guys remember that quote? If you do you are probably 40.
I’m not here to dig up the past nostalgia, I’m actually here to share more ideas on animation that might help you.
Going back to cut out animation. I know some folks hate to think of doing a series or movie that way but really it can add style, be fast and be beautiful.
Check out what you can do.
Here is a great little tutorial that shows you what you can do.
The software used is called SPINE. I think most animation software has some form of this type of animation but I really like how this one looks and moves. It is made for this very specific task and it does it well.
Check out who uses this method.
They do stuff like this using this cutout method.
Go for it. Cut out animation is not evil.
Watch and learn.
Here is another one of those videos combining 2d and 3d animation to get better results, especially if you are not the best artist and want to try 2d.
If you are not the best animator or you are the best at it refrences can be awesome and helpful. We talked about using 3d as a reference but you can use an actual person as well.
Here are some videos talking about animating using references and still drawing as well.
I found this over at Artella.com. If you want to make an anime consider going there and finding some artists to work with. I just wanted to show you folks a great little animation that i hope see come to fruition.
I love this anime and love how they have this great behind the scenes.
I watch a lot of Misty Chronexia’s videos. I thought it was awesome that he decided to create his own anime.
Here is the first episode.
Yes you can do it too!
I just wanted to stop and chat a bit and tell you how much I enjoy working on this website. There are a few big things coming down the pipe.
I will be working on 3 animated cinematic comics. I’m going to be doing it in 3d so I am building the assets. I will actually be showing you how to build those assets and how I do this stuff step by step.
I can’t wait.
But I had a question. I was wondering what type of tutorials would you like? What type of inspiration? What would you like to see here on this website?
Usually I look all over the web for the best tutorials and share various methods you can use to make your own animation/anime. Now I would like to know if there are any specifics to 3d anime, 2d anime, etc.
Please feel free to share.
Hey guys here is another awesome in depth tutorial from Jazza!
Also lets not forget these guys who break down the process a bit.
Love this video that gives you a breakdown of One Punch Man.