As part of the series of #AD4EVER Back to Basics tutorials, we have released the first tutorial: From Seed to Plant, showing you how to animate a growing flower. This tutorial focuses on the frame duplication technique. It’s a great starting point for you to learn how to create a simple animation if you are new to this field. So begin by picking up your brush on the user-friendly Animation Desk, and learn the tips and tricks from these tutorials, you will be creating great animations in no time! Continue reading “#AD4EVER Back to Basics I: From Seed to Plant”
Here’s the first set of tutorial videos that you’ve been long waiting for. In the videos you will find a step-by-step guide to create animations, and everything that will get you started. We have sorted the videos that demonstrate different animation-making techniques from the very basics to advanced functionality, all provided by Animation Desk. We hope to provide you with the resources that get you one step closer to an outstanding animator!
In response to all the great feedback received from you, we wanted to add something a little different to the final edition of the inside story. There will be 3 questions at the end of this article, regarding the stories of each winner. Send us your answers to: firstname.lastname@example.org April 30, 2016 and receive a special gift from the Animation Desk Team.
Only users who provide answers to all three questions will be qualified for the special gift.
Daz Yang and Bermudy Chen, the winners introduced in our previous Inside Stories, shared the importance of creating storyboards for animation projects, and recommended some great features in Animation Desk, such as the advanced onion skin and frame manager. Alejandro Garcia, the winner of iAniMagic2015, is taking us deeper into an animator’s inside world and sharing his experiences in designing video and animation projects.