Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Studying Feature Film Animation - Anthea Kerou (Pt. 1, Hotel Transylvania)






    One way to get better at character animation is to develop your eye for great, appealing animation. It is very helpful to look at the work of master animators for reference and inspiration, and in this clip, instructor Anthea Kerou walks us through a scene from the animated film Hotel Transylvania ( by Sony Pictures Animation ) and shows us how the the shot skillfully utilizes anticipation as well as other animation principles to tell a story. This clip is from Introduction to 3D Animation, which is our first introductory course in 3D character animation. 




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  5. Good to see this blog which have some quality and informative content I have found. Being a video animator I learned lots of things from this blog. Keep it up.

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  15. Sound is either recorded at the same time, or added later. The sounds in a movie usually include the sounds of people talking (which is called dialogue), music (which is called the "soundtrack"), and sound effects, the sounds of activities that are happening in the movie (such as doors opening or guns being fired). In the 20th century the camera used photographic film. The product is still often called a "film" even though there usually is no film. solarmovies

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