Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing an animation, part of Learning Adobe Fuse CC.
- [Voiceover] Animations allow us to make…our model move.…We select her, we click on the Poses pane…in the Properties panel.…Let's type in "walking,"…and here is a list of walking poses and animations.…And when you hover over each one,…you can see if it's a static pose, or if it's an animation…by whether it moves.…
This is an interesting one, singing while walking on stage.…And here's a straightforward walking pose.…Let's select that.…We can now bring up the timeline.…And by pressing the Play button,…we can make our figure walk.…And you can see she's carrying a heavy case here.…Let's find a more straightforward walking pose.…
Like this one.…We'll go back to the beginning...…And now let's play this.…And as you can see, this is just one movement…of a walk, so one single step.…It's a great action, these are all taken from…motion-captured models,…and so they represent real life.…The problem with it is you only get the one step,…and there's no facility yet inside Photoshop…to chain these together.…
So if you want to make an animation,…
- Choosing and customizing the character's head
- Choosing a torso, legs, and arms
- Adding clothing, hair, glasses, and hats
- Posing the model in Mixamo
- Placing and animating the model in Photoshop
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CC 2015 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost12h 27m Beginner
Animating Cartoon Characters in Mayawith George Maestri2h 17m Intermediate
1. Creating the Head
2. Building the Body
3. Adding Clothing
4. Customizing Texture
5. Posing the Model in Mixamo
6. Placing the Model in Photoshop
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