In this video, learn how live audio recording along with tracking head movements provides the best animation.
- Most natural movements happen as someone speaks.…So try to have your voice artist record live…in Character Animator.…(upbeat dance music)…Some movements anticipate what is about to be said.…Like when someone's about to give someone else bad news,…they might lower their head and shake it,…you know, before they speak.…See those movements happen naturally when you record live…in Character Animator.…Another quick tip, your voice actor can also act stronger…if someone else deals with the triggers…and all the recording details.…
See, the more you have to think about when you act,…the less someone tends to move,…and you want to have movement in your animation.…And exaggerated movements are often best…to showcase animation,…but they're not always best for a particular scene.…It's the subtle movements we don't think about…that bring a character to life.…You create more of these movements…when you record the head movements with your voice.…I mean even just these little bobs.…You know, when my head bobs when I'm talking,…
- Creating a list of production needs
- How the varied styles of animation impact production
- Creating usable digital puppets
- Working with drawn characters, objects, and CG characters
- Adding value to the look of your production
- Exploring various audio recording options
- Organizing files for production, backup, and transport
- Using animation cycles
- Building and editing a scene
- Troubleshooting issues
- Tricks for enhancing your production
- Post-production and delivery
Skill Level Beginner
After Effects Guru: Character Animatorwith Ian Robinson2h 19m Intermediate
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