Use traditional animation techniques to really make your fights fun to watch.
Split in five parts, all on high definition video.Find out more ›
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The techniques in this lesson could apply to any animation software, but your instructor uses Adobe Flash, a multimedia and software platform used for authoring vector graphics, animation, games, and apps. Optionally you can also use After Effects to compile an exported frame sequence from Flash, and add some extra FX. Any non-linear video editing program could also be used.
Conan Sinclair is a professional animator and illustrator, and one-half of the team at SIN ARS STUDIOS, a small independent game development studio located in Victoria, Australia. For freelance inquiries, you can contact Conan through his website, Sinars-Studios.com.
Conan Sinclair is back with another fantastic "tradigital" themed animation tutorial. Like his past two lessons, this one focuses on traditional animation skills using digital tools. His preference is to use Flash for animation, but you could work with any program, such as Toon Boom Animate or Toon Boom Studio.
In this tutorial, Conan goes beyond the fundamentals that were already taught in his previous tutorials, and now focuses on a multi-scene fight animation. Below is the outline of what you can expect to learn...
To the right, you can view the exported movie from the project actually taught in the course. As always, your purchase includes the instructor's source files...
Below you can watch an introduction to the course. After your purchase, you can download every video to your computer to watch anytime.
Concept art, storyboards, and screenshots from various videos in the course.
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