Join David Andrade for an in-depth discussion in this video The importance of feedback, part of Creating a Finished Character Animation in Blender.
- Reviewing your work and getting feedback…is an important step in the character animation process.…In this video, we'll talk about how to deliver feedback…and what questions you should ask as an animator.…Now, I want to encourage you as an animator…to show often and show early to anyone who will watch.…They don't even have to be other animators.…All I want you to pay attention to is the way…they react to your animation.…Are they laughing at your comedic moments?…Are they sad at the moments that you want…them to be sad?…These initial reactions from people will tell you…if your ideas are being communicated or not.…
Now when they're done watching your animation,…I want you to ask them three questions.…One, what was their favorite part?…What did they enjoy the most?…Two, what was something that maybe wasn't…as strong, or not working out for you?…And three, did anything seem unclear or ambiguous?…This'll tell you right away if your ideas are communicating…and if something isn't clear to them.…Alright, now I'm going to hand it over…
- Listening to the dialog clip
- Sketching out the animation framework
- Learning how character and facial rig works
- Blocking key character poses
- Getting feedback
- Adjusting appendages
- Matching dialog to the animation
- Cleaning up frames with the Graph Editor
- Lighting and rendering the animation
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating an Interior Scene with Blenderwith Darrin Lile2h 27m Intermediate
1. Where it All Begins, Storytelling, and Planning
2. Meet Arthur
3. Character Animation
4. Refine the Details
5. A Brief Overview of Render Settings in Blender
6. And It Never Ends
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