Learn To Animate With Nash Lin
Hi I'm Nash, a self taught animator, a fanatic gamer, a digital media coach and a father of two.
I created iLearnToAnimate.com to compile my animation techniques over the years.
Here, I'll share with you how you can become an animator, just like me, except 10 times faster.
How? By learning from my mistakes, learn how I overcome it and finally, enjoy the fun learning experience with me 🙂
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Animation Case Study: How I effectively Apply Principle Of Animation To Create A Realistic Walk Cycle 3D Animation In 3 Hours
In this post, I'm going to walk you through how I create a realistic walk cycle 3D animation by applying the principles of animation in the most effective way.
I have been using this method when I started learning animation to create my walk cycle animation in Maya. Until now, I am able to apply this technique in my walk cycle and any other character animation even when I use other software such as Cinema 4D or 3DS Max.
And in this case study, I'm going to show you exactly how I break down walk cycle animation using this method, step by step.
Read on to learn how...
Animation software isn't cheap if you are planning to learn it. However, you can always practice with some free software that comes with drawing and animating capability. I've searched on the internet for free software for Mac's Maverick OS that you can consider if you wish to learn to create your own cartoon video.
In the current creative industry, there are 4 main types and style of animation you can learn to create. Expose yourself to these 4 genres of animation so you can better understand and appreciate animations in different form.
Drawing a flipbook animation that involves human movement requires several steps. This fireball character flipbook animation tutorial shows you how to start drawing the skeleton poses, followed by the volume and eventually the flesh. read more...