Want to know how to make anime? Well check out how it is done. Watch it done here.
Here is a video breaking down a rig for Puppet Animation. Personally I’m okay with it if it is creative and good. I guess because I come from the old flash days when you had to do things differently because there was no streaming at the time. Tween animation helped keep file sizes down. Because of this I’m okay with this type of animation if done correctly.
Here is a tutorial breaking down a rig.
Here are examples of good old fashioned tweening. Funny thing is this has become really popular over the years even in mainstream work.
I kinda liked these recent releases of RWBY explaing each of the Kingdoms.
I’m always amazed by how far they stretch this program but they definately know how to harness the power of Poser over at Rooster Teeth.
I eat up everything I can to learn from the masters. Just watching how they work can give you so many clues into how things work and how you can put it into action.
Here is one or a few of my favorite Behind the scenes looks at the making of anime.
My last post was to share some tools you could affordably create MOCAP animations. In this post I wanted to share ideas on how to put it together.
Here is an example of my work.
I made this for fun. It took me less than 3 hours. I combined my mocap system with Poser using Michael 3.0 and an Ironman model I found online. Now I know it is not much but it was very easy. Now using this easy method you can put it together and make some really awesome animations very quickly of course imagination not included.
Check out some more Poser + MOCAP animations.
I know it is a little late but RWBY is back.
One reason I really love RWBY is knowing how this show was created. It really helped me realize that this cool stuff can be created by even the smallest of groups using a little imagination and creative thinking.
I wish Monty Oum could have seen this show to fruition. Thanks Rooster Teeth for a promising new season.
Sometimes you may feel all these cool tools are needed to make your own animation and that it costs TONS of money but the truth is there are tools out there which are totally free of charge and are very capable of helping you create and tell your story.
I’ve followed this team around for some time and have enjoyed watching them work on their project. I’m posting this here so you can see what free tools they use and check out the tons of tutorials they have that can help you create something cool today.
Check it out. Your list of excuses as to why you cannot make your own anime is getting smaller and smaller.
Monty has created his own Anime series here in my hometown of Austin. I thought that was so cool. Here are some behind the scenes videos I hope you enjoy.
You can glean so much by watching others work. I learned so much from watching him work and will be employing them in my animated series.
Stay tuned for more updates.