|03 March 2003||#19|
Join Date: Feb 2003
Loved the links! they are very useful...but...
How about posting links to sites that contain 3D animations. There are a ton but there's always a couple that you never knew of...
I usually check
I know that are a ton of eyecandy sites out there...how about posting to get are blood riveting!
|04 April 2003||#20|
Join Date: Aug 2002
Can't believe this one isn't up here yet ...
Monthly character animation comp / learning tool , there are no prizes as such in this competition , instead , if you are the monthly winner , your wining peice goes into the gallery of winners .
The group uses yahoo groups as a message board or you can choose to be on the mailing list .
The monthly entrants are voted on by members , most voted for entrant is the winner.
Post your work for crit , crit others works , some big names get about on the board , Rob Starr , Keith Lango , Jason Taylor .
An absolute must if you take your character animation seriously, one of the best communities / groups out there for animators today .
|05 May 2003||#21|
Join Date: Sep 2002
I recommend the 'Digital Character Animation' series of books by George Maestri. Very helpful book and its not program specific either.
-:: Imagination is more important than knowledge - Einstein ::-
|05 May 2003||#22|
Lord of the posts
cant believe you guys missed one of the all time master animation sites...
Angie Jone's: http://www.spicycricket.com
Ooogles of information there she has tons of tips hints, all that!
Enviroment Artist - Terminal Reality
|06 June 2003||#25|
Join Date: Feb 2002
Here's the faq from cgchar if you haven't seen it:
|09 September 2003||#26|
Do the right thing
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Join Date: Jul 2003
Hope nobody put this one yet
Sevral linearly mixeable walk cycles: man-woman, heavy-light etc...
Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by rulers as useful. Seneca
|09 September 2003||#27|
Join Date: May 2003
Quote: Originally posted by eek
I will try post my rigs and animation stuff up, soon **need some webspace though**.Ive got:
Advanced Facial setup
Walks, runs,, jumps, gallops,etc. Character pieces.
All my stuff is based on ideas from when i worked at Framestore, London on Dinotopia.
i could host it for u, send me an email. Cheers and thanx for offering.
|12 December 2003||#28|
clapping 'till infinity
Designer (graphic, web, illustration, animation)
Join Date: Jun 2002
A Resources page for an animation class at Ohio State University I just happened upon:
Motion Studies through hand drawn animation - RESOURCES
Includes outside links to sites, some already mentioned here, and hosts copies of some good PDF's I think I've seen elsewhere too, maybe some I haven't...!
A list of just the PDFs:
Animating 4-Legged Animals
Planning for Animation, Glen Keane
The Animation Process, Ollie Johnston
Staging in Animation, Brad Bird
52 Quick Acting Notes, Ed Hooks
Storyboarding the Simpsons Way, Brad Bird
Figure Drawing for all its Worth, Andrew Loomis (24MB)
Last edited by Kieguy : 12 December 2003 at 09:36 AM.
|01 January 2004||#29|
Stop Staring: Facial Modeling and Animation Done Right
I got this book and It's really great, I recommend it to anyone that has interest in facial animation!
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