Using Stop Motion Keyframes in Toon Boom Animate. A buddy of mine commented on my work and said I tween a HELL of a lot… Guilty as charged, but Toon Boom handles tweening SO well!!! Anyway, here is a tutorial showing a simple arm, throwing a ball using stop motion keyframes, and drawing substitutions.
In this Toon Boom Animate tutorial DVD: Anatomy of a 30sec Short Vol. 2 – Using Toon Boom Animate, which will be available as a download, we take you step by step on how each part of the animation was done, from animatics, to head turns and eye blinks, animating the time elements like the clock, calendar, and hour glass, and last but not least creating cut out puppets.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to turn on “focus on Mouse Enter” in Toon Boom Animate, as well as use z-depth to bring items to the foreground. Also, our second Toon Boom Animate DVD is available for pre-purchase: Anatomy of a 30sec Short Vol.2, click here to purchase http://toonboomdvd2.weebly.com/ In this DVD we take you step by step on how each part of the animation was done, from animatics, to head turns and eye blinks, animating the time elements like the clock, calendar, and hour glass, and last but not least creating cut out puppets.
Animate a fish using Toon Boom Animate. In this fish animation tutorial, we show simple, textured, fish swimming. Topics covered are pivot points, textures, paint bucket fill techniques, as well as how to create a seamless texture using Photoshop.
Insect Walk Cycle In this tutorial, we show a simple insect walk cycle using Toon Boom Animate. This is based on a tutorial of a beetle walk cycle in the book Tezuka School of Animation, Volume 2 – Animals in Motion.
In this pencil animation tutorial, we show an animated pencil drawing a curvy line. Topics covered are Masking, motion tweens, paint bucket fill techniques.
In this Premium Tutorial, we create a simple bomb or firecracker explosion animation.
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and a technique I use to create explosions.
First and foremost thank you again for supporting Tonyteach’s project, Beaver Cola.
Our initial estimated time of delivery on ALL digital files was today, April 9th. However, due to some unforeseen issues, some of them **technical, all digital files will be emailed out on Monday, April 16th 2012. Physical files will be mailed out April 16th as well.
We do apologize for the delay.
**technical issues: we inadvertently recorded a section of the tutorials, only to notice later half the sound was missing. The error has since been corrected, and re-recorded. Ironically, the section of the tutorials that had errors with sound… was the Sound portion of the DVD
The fix we did to make our tutorial recording work will not be on the DVD, as this problem was one with screencasting a tutorial, and not one dealing with animation.