Introduction to Traditional Animation
Introduction to Traditional Animation with Photoshop : Learn the 12 principles of animation frame by frame and bring your stories to life , To get started in the world of traditional animation you just need a solid theoretical base and an experienced animator to explain everything to you in detail, like Rodrigo Miguel, better known as Numecaniq, whom you can meet for his work for brands such as Adobe, MTV, Spotify , Amazon or Adult Swim, or for its course 2D Animation with Photoshop: drawing, camera and action! in Domestika.
In this course you will enter the world of animation frame by frame using Photoshop, to create animations that do not go unnoticed
About this course
You will start the course knowing Numecaniq, who will tell you about his beginnings, motivations and vocation within the world of animation. It will also show you some of its main influences that inspire you to this day.
You will see how the first steps were to discover the principles of animation, mentioning some of the great exponents of animation, and also, where the sector is pointing.
You will continue to know your working tool: Adobe Photoshop; and the simplest way to make animations with this software. In addition, you will see coloring methods, some extensions that will be very useful and tips for exporting files.
Numecaniq will explain the basic principles of animation, then address the elements that make up an animated piece and how they interact.
Then, through a series of examples and exercises, you will learn the 12 principles of picture-by-frame animation divided into two parts: first the principles of design and then those of movement. Then you will delve into the third element, the concept, about which you will see some techniques to generate it and you will see some examples of GIF series under a theme that you can take as reference for your final project.
At the end of this course, you will have all the necessary knowledge to create animations full of life and naturalness.
What is this course’s project?
You will make a series of GIFs applying each of the principles of animation learned in the course.
Who is it for?
To designers, illustrators, drawing lovers and anyone interested in entering the world of animation from the beginning.
What you need
To complete this course you will not need previous knowledge of animation. What materials do you need? Paper, pencil, a computer with Adobe Photoshop CC or higher, and it is advisable to have a graphic tablet.
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