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Adobe Dimension CC | Speed Art - Coffee Time – Dance, Don't Delay von Twin Musicom ist unter der Lizenz Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) lizenziert. Quelle: http://www.twinmusicom.org/song/303/dance-dont-delay Interpret: http://www.twinmusicom.org
(Note: This is an older video, so some parts may be outdated in the latest release. See https://youtu.be/1u344s52API for a more recent getting started tutorial.) Adobe Character Animator has a few helpful tools to animate limbs like arms, legs and tails. Dragger lets you specify areas that you can drag with your mouse (or fingers on a touch-based device). Sticks let you draw lines to create rigid parts of your puppet, similar to a bone. This tutorial teaches you how to add Draggable and Stick handles in the Puppet Panel, and how to record performances with them in the timeline, giving you more control over how your character moves and bends. Download Character Animator: https://www.adobe.com/products/character-animator.html Download Seth and more example puppets: http://okaysamurai.com/puppets/ (Okay Samurai Puppets) and http://adobe.com/go/chexamples (Official Adobe examples) Visit the official forums: https://forums.adobe.com/community/character-animator Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=okaysamurai Twitter: https://twitter.com/okaysamurai Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/okaysamurai Website: http://okaysamurai.com I work as a designer at Adobe, but thoughts and opinions are my own.
This is a recorded version of a seminar about drawing techniques in Adobe Illustrator CC. You can learn a lot of useful methods about the Pen Tool and its alternatives and also about drawing with shapes. If you want to learn more about Illustrator CC, check out my ultimate training course called Illustrator CC MasterClass: https://courses.yesimadesigner.com/courses/illustrator-masterclass You can also subscribe and get access to all my courses for a cheap monthly price here: https://courses.yesimadesigner.com/bundles/all-courses Download Exercise Files from here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/13185130 Some features presented in this seminar might not work in older versions of Illustrator as it was recorded with CC 2017. Fisherman illustration is done by talented artist Doremi Illustrations: https://www.facebook.com/doremi.illustrations Contents: 0:00 Intro 1:56 Adding Details and Color/Light importance 5:04 Tool: Pen 8:00 Tool: Pen: Curving lines 9:35 Tool: Pen: Ying Yang Icon 11:00 Corners (41:11) 13:57 Symmetrical shapes method 1 (15:10) (37:18) 16:16 Symmetrical shapes method 2 (19:22) 17:17 Tool: Transform effect 20:47 Tool: Shape Builder (Examples) 21:51 Shape Builder: Twitter Logo 24:20 Rounded rectangle tips 25:13 Tool: Expand 26:15 Shape Builder: Celtic Cross 26:47 Tool: Live Pain Bucket 27:20 Tool: Recolor Artwork 28:50 Recolor Artwork: Color Locking 29:21 Recolor Artwork: Color Groups 30:00 Appearance and Graphic Style 32:03 Example: Making and Illustration with the tools 33:25 Direct Selection (37:50) 33:45 Gradients (36:15) 35:32 Pencil 38:11 Shape Builder: for erasing 39:00 Eraser 40:40 Tool: Width tool 41:35 Method: Draw inside
One of the coolest features of CrazyTalk Animator is the ability to take a picture of you or any of your friends and turn it into a character that you can animate on-screen! You can even take your friends face and place it on a silly-looking body and make it dance around. Sound like fun? Check out this tutorial for an intro on how to do it! *Statement: Some features in this video tutorial are for CrazyTalk Animator PRO version only. For version comparison, please visit: http://www.reallusion.com/crazytalk/animator/animator_matrix.aspx
This month, we highlight community examples with a 3D squirrel, a newcomer to Character Animator and After Effects making a children's web series, and a video game streaming police officer. Then we dive into some tips on tags and handles, recording arm and hand animations, and how to add a simple shadow in After Effects. We then show how to turn a 5-year-old's crayon monster drawing into an animated puppet, and finish with a (much requested!) Photoshop illustration tutorial. 0:00 Intro 1:18 Community Spotlight 8:31 Quick Tips 18:37 Character Animator For Kids 30:58 Drawing Tutorial - Intro 35:36 Drawing Tutorial - Photoshop 46:28 Outro Links: Digital Puppets: http://digitalpuppets.co.uk The Weather Girls: https://youtube.com/channel/UCZDc6SuQsM30YZPyk-sHFSw Five0Anth0: http://twitch.tv/Five0AnthO Download Character Animator: https://www.adobe.com/products/character-animator.html Download more example puppets: http://okaysamurai.com/puppets/ (Okay Samurai Puppets) and http://adobe.com/go/chexamples (Official Adobe examples) Visit the official forums: https://forums.adobe.com/community/character-animator Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=okaysamurai Twitter: https://twitter.com/okaysamurai Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/okaysamurai Website: http://okaysamurai.com
Go beyond facial movements for your puppets in Adobe Character Animator CC (Beta) by creating walk cycles, looped frames that allow your character to walk without requiring you to animate each step. Make adjustments for leg length, avoid foot slippage when looping frames, and fine-tune the walk behavior for each puppet’s performance.
If you want to follow along with this tutorial, use the Maddy puppet asset (https://adobe.ly/2q4PnkM). Click Save to copy the assets to your Creative Cloud Library. (Copyright Ⓒ 2017 Athena Studios. Permitted use is granted for educational and training purposes only. See enclosed license.)
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