Animate a Ninja in CrazyTalk Animator 3

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Location
Online
Dates
Can be taken anytime
Course Type
Professional Training Course
Accreditation
Yes (Details)
Language
English
Course Fee
$10

Course Overview

About this Course:

Hi Mark Diaz here for 2DAnimation101 dot com. In this tutorial I am going to explain to you how to animate anything you want using the Animankenstein Formula and any animation software you like. For this course I will be using CrazyTalk Animator 3.

The first thing you need to start animating is get a reference. For my case I will use this line test of some awesome martial art kicks. Then in CrazyTalk Animator 3 I import the character already rigged and ready to be animated. Then I open YouTube to see the first pose. And I position my character like that. Then I count how many frames I need to move the play head so my animation has the exact same timing as the reference I am copying from.

Then I see the character in the anticipation for the first kick and I duplicate that pose in CrazyTalk moving the bones of my character as needed.

Then I check the kick in my reference and duplicate that pose in crazy talk. And so on. It is super simple all you have to do is check each of the poses measure the number of frames you need between poses and duplicate those poses in any animation software you like.

You can even do this frame by frame with pencil and paper just like I did this pencil test copying the kicks from an anime character fighting with another character.

Easy enough right?

All you need to do for each pose is:

  • Check the reference
  • Count the number of frames between each pose
  • Pose your character exactly as in the reference
  • You will have the in-between frames created automatically for you thanks to the interpolation feature inside CrazyTalk Animator 3.

Great.

  • And then you end up with an animation like this.

PLAY ANIMATION

  • If you already know how to use CrazyTalk Animator then this tutorial is all you need to know to get it started and do this on your own with any reference you want.

But if you are a total beginner you can enroll to this crash course for FREE:

  • Animate a Ninja in CrazyTalk Animator 3
  • Inside you will find almost 3 hrs of video content in which I go in depth on each of the steps required to create this animation step by step super detailed.
  • So if you are just starting in animation and want to learn how to do this step by step then enroll for FREE right now. See you inside.

Basic knowledge:

  • You should be able to use a PC at a beginner level
  • You should be familiar with downloading files

Who should take this course

Who is the target audience?:

  • Animators who want to learn how to animate your characters from reference animations
  • Anyone interested in animation

Accreditation

Course Completion Certificate

Course content

What you will learn:

  • You will learn how to animate any movement you want from watching references on YouTube and copying pose by pose
  • Create smooth animations without years of experience

Curriculum:

  • Introduction
  • Setting Up
  • Animating Pose to Pose
  • Finishing the Animation

About Course Provider

Simpliv LLC, a platform for learning and teaching online courses. We basically focus on online learning which helps to learn business concepts, software technology to develop personal and professional goals through video library by recognized industry experts or trainers.

Why Simpliv

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